Scientists say you can blame your genes
Turns out that not being able to stop after one chip is actually in your DNA, so don’t feel bad!
Researchers at a university in Japan have found a gene that has a strong correlation to obesity prevention.
This gene helps you to stop or control yourself before you overeat, especially greasy junk foods.
Scientists have named it the put-the-fork-down gene because its actual name is a code.
“This study has revealed the role that the CRTC1 gene plays in the brain, and part of the mechanism that stops us from overeating high-calorie, fatty and sugary foods.”