Cannabis consumers often gravitate toward junk food because weed “hijacks the parts of your brain that make you seek pleasure,” according to one dietician.
Sleep deprivation caused participants in a recent study to crave fatty, high-calorie foods, in a similar fashion to smoking marijuana.
There's four stages to fatty food cravings. The first part of this cycle begins with the urge to have junk food, which can be triggered simply by walking past a Burger King.
Published in the Social Science Research Network, the study found sales of cookies, potato chips, and ice cream all increased in regions where recreational cannabis was legalized.
We all know junk food when we see it—those delicious snacks that provide an instant rush, but ends with a really sad and crappy...
Here are 7 foods we as a nation collectively ate with abandon, but that probably should've been packaged in caution tape.
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