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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Cheese As Addictive As Hard Drugs


Apparently, according to a study published in the Public Library of Science One, cheese contains a chemical found in addictive drugs

Using the Yale Food Addiction Scale, designed to measure a person’s dependence on, scientists found that cheese is particularly potent because it contains casein.

The substance, which is present in all dairy products, can trigger the brain’s opioid receptors which are linked to addiction.

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6 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:32 AM

    Absolutely right! I'm hooked on the stuff.

    But I don't understand why that should be a problem; and it
    is certainly none of any government's fucking business.

    Richmond Mathewson.

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  2. Now that's good because it explains why I can't stop eating cheese......I thought I was just a greedy old git but, now I learn I am an addict....Phew, what a relief!

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  3. Anonymous6:59 PM

    I am not proud to say so, but I have been through the cheese ‘grater’ myself.

    It started at school when an older boy offered me some mild cheddar. All my friends were on it and I thought I could handle it, but before long I was on Red Leicester, Wensleydale and even Ribblesdale Blue Goat.

    The downward spiral eventually took me to Stilton, and at that stage I knew that I seriously needed help.

    Thankfully friends and family stood by me and with a reducing regime of Dairylee I was able to finally dig myself from the ‘cheese hole’.

    I have been cheese free for 3 years, 8 months and 24 days…………..I will never go back.

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    1. You forgot Stinking Bishop ;)

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  4. Makes me want to rub some finely grated Parmesan across my gums.

    Actually, no... I'll take an eighth* of Stilton... and some oat biscuits.

    (* lb obviously. An aside, can we ditch grammes on food if we leave the EU???)

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  5. Anonymous4:33 PM

    Well, if we're going to ditch grammes, then let's ditch the daft decimal coinage, and refloat the guinea so it is worth 100 old guineas so we can be paid in meaningful amounts of Shillings, Half-Crowns, 10-bob notes and so on.

    Richmond Mathewson.

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