"This data suggests that eating may prime or sensitize young women to rewards beyond food... it also supports a shared neurocircuitry for food and sex," reported the research's first author Alice Ely, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of California-San Diego School of Medicine. Looks like George Costanza had the right idea, all along.
Wine, dine, and be happy.
H/t: Medical News Today
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