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5 Effects of Chewing Gum on Your Brain

Chewing gum is somewhat controversial-esthetically, I mean. If you’re cool with it, then it may be that it calms things down when someone is on auto-jaw. If you’re not, it may be because it activates the classlessness detector that connects directly to the disgust center in your...

5 Surprising Facts About Sugar Addiction and Your Brain

Addictions in general are a twisted phenomenon. I mean, on the surface, the whole idea seems to make sense when you think of people who lose self-control on Crystal Meth. and get AIDS, or those who can’t stop drinking alcohol and die of liver disease, but when you extend this...

5 Insights Into How Federer Noodlefists His Brain

Did you watch the Federer game two nights ago? Unbelievable! The maestro was two sets down, two match points down, and came back to win in five sets. In the context of this blog, this amazing performance got me curious about what one of my all-time favorite Tennis idols eats and...

5 Effects of Sugar on Your Brain

You should check your pulse to make sure you are alive if you feel nothing when you see a cupcake with frosting.  But if you feel what many people do-a surge of longing and desire-don’t give in either-just yet.  Yes, it’s that all too familiar “can’t do with them, can’t do...

5 Wild Facts About How Taste Impacts The Brain

Ok- we are not about to tell you that if something is tasty, you are likely to eat it, because that’s really obvious.  But there are other things about taste that are both cool to know and reflect on, because taste is not what we once thought it to be.  Here are a few reasons why: