Blame it on bacteria!

Chocoholics . .blame it on bacteria! The craving chocoholics have for chocolate is according to new research the total consequence of metabolic programming. In a new research by Swiss and British researchers a web link has been found that may explain why some people are addicted to chocolate. The experts at Nestle Research Center in Switzerland, suggest a certain kind of metabolic metabotype or profile they can see, is linked to a person’s like for chocolate. Related StoriesMitochondrial DNA motion: an interview with Professor Jiri Neuzil, Griffith UniversityMelatonin and the circadian rhythm: an interview with Professor Kennaway, University of AdelaideThe discovery was the consequence of a small study involving 11 chocoholics and 11 typical chocolate eaters.

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