Expert Warns: Obesity Alters the Brain With No Sign of Reversibility


Obesity may hinder the brain's recognition of fullness and satisfaction after eating fats and sugars, according to a recent study by Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital. Individuals with obesity lack the chemical responses that signal satiety, and these brain changes appear to be irreversible. The study emphasizes the long-lasting impact of obesity on the brain's ability to regulate eating behaviours.

Abstract Written By:
Denson Natividad
June 16, 2023

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