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Gary L. Wenk, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology, neuroscience, molecular virology, immunology and medical genetics at the Ohio State University.
The distinction between what is considered a food (something that your body wants or needs in order to function optimally) or a drug (something that your brain wants or needs in order to function optimally) is becoming increasingly difficult to define. Thus from your brain's perspective, food is a drug. My blog is focused upon this novel way of understanding the effects of the chemicals we consume upon brain function.