The brain responds differently to the sweet taste of sugary foods

The brain responds differently to the sweet taste of sugary foods and to their nutritional value — and that finding offers insight into how people choose what foods to eat, according to new research published in Nature Neuroscience: Separate circuitries encode the hedonic and nutritional values of sugar.

The brain responds differently to the sweet taste of sugary foods and to their nutritional value — and that finding offers insight into how people choose what foods to eat, according to new research published in Nature Neuroscience: Separate circuitries encode the hedonic and nutritional values of sugar.