Little kids like to stick things inside their mouths, ears and noses. From toy soldiers and toy cars, to carrot sticks, pencils, crayons and more, some curious toddler somewhere has jammed it down his gullet or into his nose.
A team of researchers at the Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute in Orlando found that hormones produced by the heart can cause regular fat calls from mice and humans to taken on characteristics of brown fat cells.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that a slice of pizza loaded with fatty sausages and drizzling with grease is bad for your gut. However some foods, such as trail mix, sports drinks, and even dried fruit are calorie bombs in disguise.
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