Fighting your cravings: Researchers identify new brain circuits that can help curb junk food cravings

(Natural News) There is a neural circuit in the brain that regulates the craving for more food. Researchers from The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) identified it as the neuromedin U receptor 2. When they blocked this receptor in the brain of rats, the animals stopped craving junk food. “When trying to lose weight people often strive to…

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