Some people ‘genetically programmed’ to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

2 Have your say You really are what you eat, according to scientists, who have discovered the gene that determines if you like chicken korma or Eton mess.
One in 100 people have a defect in the MC4R gene which makes them love fatty foods and shun sugar, a new Cambridge University study has revealed.
These people are also more likely to get fat, according to the study.
Most people find both high-fat and high-sugar foods enticing, but those who carry variants in gene MC4R are overly attracted to high fat foods, the study found.
The report is one of the first to show a direct link between food... read more

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