Foods became less desirable once the calorie content was displayed

Foods became less desirable once the calorie content was displayed

Seeing pictures of food with calorie information not only makes food less appetizing but it also appears to change the way your brain responds to the food, according to a Dartmouth-led study published in PLOS ONE. When food images appeared with the calorie content, the brain showed decreased activation of...

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Why should not we give (barely) sugar to our children?

Why should not we give (barely) sugar to our children?

1. Because its value as a nutrient is zero. It has no proteins, no fiber, no vitamins, no minerals, no fats. It does not contribute “nothing good”, except “empty calories”. 2. Because it is not necessary for the brain and muscles to work. The “necessary sugar”, which is called glucose,...

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