Do YOU have the 'curry gene'? Mutation that makes people love fatty food is discovered

If you are someone who prefers curries and pastries to chocolate and sweets, you can blame your MC4R gene.
Cambridge University research shows that people with a flaw in this gene have an appetite for fatty food, such as rich curries, eating up to twice as much of it as other people.
However, sugary foods leave them cold.
The researchers monitored 54 people given an all-you-can-eat buffet of chicken korma.
This contained three dishes of curry, all of which looked and tasted the same. However, unbeknown to the volunteers, the curries contained different levels of fat.
All of the participants... read more

4 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 31
Source: Daily Mail

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