Why DO you always want to eat more after you've had a drink? Alcohol makes the brain
more sensitive to food aromas
July 1, 2015
Daily Mail Online - It is a familiar compulsion - the overwhelming need for a kebab,
a burger or another calorie-rich treat in the early hours while you're merrily under
the influence of your favourite tipple.
Dr Binks, from Texas Tech Univeristy, said: "This research helps us to further understand
the neural pathways involved in the relationship between food consumption and alcohol."
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