Eating Breakfast Increases Chemical That Regulates Cravings
University of Missouri researchers have devoting some time recently to exploring the causes of obesity. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention provided information on the chemical dopamine in relation to obesity control. People who eat a protein-rich breakfast do not usually have the tendency to overeat. However, in a recent study conducted by Mizzou, the results show that people who skip breakfast are more likely to overeat, have immense sugar cravings, and cannot easily activate dopamine in the brain. All of these factors may eventually lead to obesity. In their research, it was found that eating breakfast would help prevent obesity.
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