Monday, 19 September 2016

Imaging the Effects of Hunger on the Brain’s Response to Food Cues

Imaging the Effects of Hunger on the Brain’s Response to Food Cues

Here is a small extract, (first paragraph), of an interesting study on the Brain's response to food cues:

 Newswise — BOSTON – Our brain pays more attention to food when we are hungry than when we are sated. Now a team of scientists at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) has shed light on how the needs of the body affect the way the brain processes visual food cues. In two newly-published studies, the researchers examined – with unprecedented resolution – the brain circuits responsible for the differences in the way the brain responds to visual food cues during hunger versus satiety.
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