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Ever wonder why you get the midnight munchies? Your brain’s reward center is less receptive to food in the evening, which means that you need more high-calorie junk at night to satisfy a craving, suggests new research from Brigham Young University.
After you’ve double-fisted Cheetos, you’re probably looking for an excuse to explain that empty bag. Unfortunately, you can’t equate those salty snacks with a compulsion: A review from the U.K concluded that the food you eat doesn’t have any addictive pro...