Train Your Brain to Change Unhealthy Eating Habits

Change Unhealthy Eating Habits: Researchers have reported evidence that we can “re-wire” reward centers our brain, shifting them to respond to healthy food instead of unhealthy food.

Researchers have reported the first evidence that we can “re-wire” the reward centers in the brain that encourage addictive-like behavior to unhealthy food—shifting them to respond to low-calorie, healthy food instead. This important switch in food preferences is thought to be a critical factor in achieving long-term weight loss.

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Model Brain
09/26/2014
Change Unhealthy Eating Habits: Researchers have reported evidence that we can “re-wire” reward centers our brain, shifting them to respond to healthy food instead of unhealthy food.... read more
Model Brain
09/26/2014
Change Unhealthy Eating Habits: Researchers have reported evidence that we can “re-wire” reward centers our brain, shifting them to respond to healthy food instead of unhealthy food.... read more