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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Obese People's Brains Less Able To Control Impulse To Eat Than Thin People

Obese individuals are less able to inhibit the impulsive desire to eat than people of normal weight, especially when their blood-sugar levels go down below normal, researchers from Yale University and the University of Southern California reported in The Journal of Clinical Investigation. They also found that for most people, when the brain becomes hungry, a chocolate bar suddenly looks a lot more desirable.
So, too is it with pedophiles.

But we don't make excuses for them (yet).

Hey, fatsos!

Man up and exert some self-control.

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