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Dietitian Discusses the Correlation Between Obesity and Cocaine

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Lauren Cornell, both a Registered Dietitian and CEO/Founder of Lauren Cornell Nutrition better explains the science of sugar addiction and the bad reputation of carbohydrates.

Sugar is addicting, as we learn by a reference made to a study performed by Yale University. The study consisted of comparing obese brains, with the brains of individuals addicted to cocaine.
(Note: Not all cases of obesity are a result of the over-consumption of sugar.)

Lauren also addresses the negative connotation associated with carbohydrates, a myth that has surfaced within the last two decades. A bad reputation was simply the outcome of poor carbohydrate choices, as healthy carbohydrates are essential to our diet and functionality.

Lauren Cornell, MS RD
Registered Dietitian and Founder/CEO of Lauren Cornell Nutrition
Phone: (424) 259.3652
Email: Lauren@LaurenCornellNutrition.com

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