Gluttony is not a sin, it is evolutionary inheritance
I bring you a new study on the fact why we like fatty foods so much and judging by the results we could well say that gluttony is not a sin but rather it is an evolutionary inheritance.
The study has been carried out with rats at the University of California. Yes, it is already known, what better a rat than to have someone eating and eating, also more data is obtained from generations of rats than from generations of gluttonous people.
Important data from the study. It seems that rats secreted neurotransmitter substances in the digestive system when they were exposed to foods rich in fat, a circumstance that did not occur with other types of foods.These neurotransmitters are responsible for awakening a voracious appetite for these foods.
The explanation. It seems that the explanation for gluttony, therefore, must be found in evolutionary mechanisms. In the past (very past), foods rich in fats were scarce and therefore when we were faced with this type of food we got hungrier to be able to eat more and accumulate reserves.
The problem is that nowadays fatty foods grow like lettuces everywhere and therefore it is easier for us to gluttony at any time. And therefore make us obese. The solution, control, daily exercise, education, and of course the pills. That is why these studies are doing, to create pills that block those neurotransmitters so that they awaken our gluttony within us. The future is to control the deadly sins with pills.
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