Could Oreos be as addictive as cocaine?

Can't put down the box of Oreos? There might be a compelling biological reason for that, reports ABC News. New research suggests that sugary, fatty foods can elicit the same reaction and activate the brain in a similar manner as cocaine and morphine, at least in lab rats.
abcnews.go.com Published: October 17, 2013

Can't put down the box of Oreos? There might be a compelling biological reason for that, reports ABC News.

New research suggests that sugary, fatty foods can elicit the same reaction and activate the brain in a similar manner as cocaine and morphine, at least in lab rats.



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