M. Carmen Blanco-Gandía
PhD in Psychology and tenure-track 1 professor in the area of evolutionary and educational psychology in the Department of Psychology and Sociology at the University of Zaragoza (Spain). She holds a master’s degree in Research, Treatment and Associated Pathologies in Drug Addiction and is a member of the Psychobiology of Drug Dependence Research Unit of the University of Valencia (Spain). Her scientific career focuses on studying the role of diet in cocaine and alcohol abuse.
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Foods that are rich in fats and sugars are pleasurable because they stimulate our reward circuits, the same circuits that are activated by drugs. In a context in which unhealthy diets and drug abuse are common from adolescence, it is important to investigate their consequences.