Fructose changes brain to cause overeating, scientists say*Science By Press Release* again.....as in...study using an artificial set of conditions (who drinks 100% * glucose OR 100% fructose under normal circumstances?) shows a marginally relevant "difference" press release from the research institution where study was performed gets sent to newswire services.journalist glom onto it without any measurable critical analysis of study and, lo....another Health Scare story.Mark my words, if anyone chooses to *Google* this topic, they'll find an almost exact iteration on any website that comes up....ScienceDaily, HuffPo etc. etc.Vivienne** try it for yourselves.......try drinking 100% glucose and you'll KWIM
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