Obesity risk: Experts reveal people are 'genetically wired' to prefer fatty food

Obesity risk: Experts reveal people are 'genetically wired' to prefer fatty food
 

Cambridge University scientists made the discovery after testing volunteers with large helpings of chicken korma and an Eton mess desert.
Some of the meals were high in fat while others were low fat versions.
Experts included participants who were overweight because of a defect in a gene called MC4R, as well as lean participants and others who were overweight but did not have the gene variant.
The study found carriers of the gene ate almost double the amount of high fat korma than their lean counterparts.
They also ate 65 per cent more than the obese group as a whole.
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9 October 2016 in Health, Views: 40
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