Researchers have identified over 400 different genes associated with people's liking of different foods including avocados, chilies, oily fish, and more.
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According to researchers, our food choices may be affected by what sits closest by on the supermarket shelf. Paradoxically, the close proximity of an indulgent food can cause more people to opt for a healthier snack.
A neuroimaging study reveals seeing images of food with calorie information alters the way the brain responds to the food, making the item seem less appealing.
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Gray matter volume in the dosolateral and ventromedial prefrontal cortex predicts whether you will choose a health food option or not, researchers report.