Researchers have shown that the hypothalamus, a crucial part of the brain that regulates appetite, differs in the brains of obese and overweight indiv...
In a new study, nutrition scientists suggest that being distracted by technology during mealtimes may decrease the amount of food a person eats.
A USC study shows the brain's plumbing system serves double duty, flushing waste and channeling a hunger molecule that tells you when you should eat.
According to researchers, the same effect can be achieved in individuals, who eat alone simply by providing a mirror to reflect them while they eat.
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