Can You Blame Your Brain For Why You Can’t Resist That Donut?

(Huffington Post) Scientists are able to tell whether you'll be able to resist temptation just by looking at where activity is occurring in your brain. A person's ability to resist temptation -- food cravings, for instance -- can be predicted by looking at whether activity is occurring in regions of the brain linked with reward, or regions of the brain linked with self-control, in response to viewing tempting photos, found researchers from Dartmouth College and the University of Cologne. Click here to read more.

(Huffington Post) Scientists are able to tell whether you’ll be able to resist temptation just by looking at where activity is occurring in your brain. 
A person’s ability to resist temptation — food cravings, for instance — can be predicted by looking at whether activity is occurring in regions of the brain linked with reward, or regions of the brain linked with self-control, in response to viewing tempting photos, found researchers from Dartmouth College and the University of Cologne. Click here to read more.

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