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Visual Food Cues Can Affect Your Eating Behavior Even When You Are Unaware Of Them

Summary: In the inferior frontal gyrus, brain activity differs in response to food stimuli such as images of food depending on whether these images are presented consciously or unconsciously. Source: Osaka Metropolitan University Controlling your food intake can be even harder than you think. Scientists from Osaka Metropolitan University show that visual food cues can …

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