This is our UK/Europe website. If you are in North America, please click here to visit our other site.

Shopping Basket

Your basket is empty

Currency Settings

Obesity gradually numbs rats tastebuds to sweet foods and drives them to consume larger and sweeter meals, according to American neuroscientists. Previous studies have suggested that obese people are less sensitive to sweet tastes and crave sweet foo

...



    • Please note that: the most twenty most recent research abstracts are free to view but access to the thousands of items in the archive require a journal subscription .

Not yet subscribed?

Subscribe to the Journal of Chinese Medicine now from only £30.00 per year. Your subscription will include:

Subscribe now