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Why Diets Don't Work - Starved Brain Cells Eat Themselves, Study Finds

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Why Diets Don't Work: Starved Brain Cells Eat Themselves, Study Finds

Science Daily
Tuesday, August 2, 2011

A report in the August issue of the Cell Press journal Cell
Metabolism might help to explain why it's so frustratingly difficult
to stick to a diet. When we don't eat, hunger-inducing neurons in the
brain start eating bits of themselves. That act of self-cannibalism
turns up a hunger signal to prompt eating.

Continues at: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0802125546.htm

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