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How Tasty Foods Change The Brain

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How Tasty Foods Change The Brain

How Tasty Foods Change The Brain

How Tasty Foods Change The Brain

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Former FDA Commissioner Dr. David Kessler discusses how milkshakes, buffalo wings and other sugary, fatty and salty foods train the brain to overeat. Gail Vance Civille, president of food consulting firm Sensory Spectrum, talks about the most alluring flavors and textures.

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