Some people tend to crave sweets and chocolates while others may not be as likely to prefer sweets. A study conducted by a research team from The University of Copenhagen''s Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research found that a hormone called FGF21 was secreted by the liver after the consumption of sweets, and that this could be used to determine who loved sweets and who didn''t.
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