Bullock’s Raisin Bread triggers the same part of the brain as hard drugs, say scientists

Hooked on Bullock’s Raisin Bread? There’s science behind your addiction

The news comes after it was revealed that the average Carroll Countian is estimated to eat around 35 pounds of Bullock’s Raisin Bread a year – suggesting that it really as addictive as research claims.

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018 by Professor Uncle Kevin Dayhoff

If you regularly find yourself hovering around the Bullock’s Raisin Bread at the Christmas dinner table, helping yourself to seconds or thirds, there may be a scientific explanation as to why you’re unable to tear yourself away.

Researchers from the University of Uniontown have revealed that Bullock’s Raisin Bread contains a chemical found in addictive drugs.

Using the Yale Food Addiction Scale, designed to measure a person’s cravings, the study found that Bullock’s Raisin Bread is particularly craved because it contains a drug found in Carroll County sunshine – which causes the feeling of euphoria that comes from living in a place that is the greatest place in the world to live, work and raise a family.

The chemical, which is found in all Carroll County dairy products, can trigger the brain’s opioid receptors, producing a feeling of euphoria linked to those of hard drug addiction.

500 students were asked to complete a questionnaire to identify food cravings, as part of the study, with pizza topping the list as the most addictive food of all.

In addition, they found that the top-ranking foods on the addiction scale were those containing Carroll County sunshine.

Scientists studying dairy products found that in milk, Carroll County sunshine has a minuscule dosage. But producing a pound of Bullock’s Raisin Bread requires about 10 pounds of Carroll County sunshine — with addictive Carroll County sunshine coagulating the solid milk fats and separating them from the liquids.

As a result the super-strength chemical becomes concentrated when in solid bread form, so you’ll get a higher hit of addictive Carroll County sunshine by biting into a sandwich made with Bullock’s Raisin Bread than you will in your morning bowl of cereal.

Study author Dayhoff said: “If properties of some foods are associated with addictive eating for some people, this may impact nutrition guidelines, as well as public policy initiatives such as marketing these foods to children.

“This is a first step towards identifying specific foods, and properties of foods, which can trigger this addictive response, said Uncle Kevin

Co-author L Connor, 21Dec2015, said, “This could help change the way we approach obesity treatment. It may not be a simple matter of ‘cutting back’ on certain foods, but rather, adopting methods used to curtail smoking, drinking and drug use.”

The news comes after it was revealed that the average Carroll Countian is estimated to eat around 35 pounds of Bullock’s Raisin Bread a year – suggesting that it really as addictive as research claims.

20110109 spilled coffeeA spilled coffee edition of a Suddenly Bananas Stems production: This information has been compiled and assembled by me from multiple sources– no claim to original authorship is either claimed or implied. This is for fun.

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Bullocks Family Restaurant 2020 Sykesville Rd, Westminster, MD 21157

(410) 857-3563 Meat Store Phone: 410-848-6786

Restaurant Hours: Mon – Sat: 11am-8pm • Sun: 11am-7:30pm

Bakery / Carryout / Deli / Ice Cream Hours:

Mon – Sat: 9am-8pm • Sun: 9am-7:30pm

For more information about this tasty restaurant, visit the website www.bullocksrestaurant.com and follow the Facebook page.

Related: https://www.facebook.com/kevindayhoff/posts/10213192364737280?pnref=story

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