When Unhealthy Foods Hijack Your Brain

In a book being published next week, the former Food and Drug Administration chief, Dr. David Kessler, brings to consumers the disturbing conclusion of numerous brain studies: Some people really do have a harder time resisting bad foods. It’s a new way of looking at the obesity epidemic that could help spur fledgling movements to reveal calories on restaurant menus or rein in portion sizes.

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