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agitation resulting from active worry

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When we eventually found the place we all swithered about whether or not a speech was necessary before Nathan said a few words and we passed the jar to my dad to do the honours.
Purdue University behavioral neuroscientist Susan Swithers suggests that fake sweeteners do their dirty work by confusing our digestive systems' Pavlovian response to sugar.
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The study done by Susan Swithers, a leading professor of psychology and neuroscience, has stated that frequent consumption of sugar substitutes can put one at an increased risk of metabolic syndromes, type 2 diabetes, and even cardiovascular diseases.
(3.) Swithers SE, Laboy AF, Clark K, Cooper S, Davidson TL.
The problem may trace to the fact that diet drinks cause the brain to receive unreliable cues to a meal's calorie count, suggest animal experiments by behavioral neuroscientist Susan Swithers of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.
Researcher Susan Swithers said: "Substituting a part of the diet with a similar tasting item that has fewer calories sounds like sense but there are other psychological functions at work.
Swithers, PhD, the lead researcher and a Purdue psychology professor.
The golden creamy sauce coating the spiced breast meat was thick with ground almonds and swithered tantalisingly between spicy and sweet.
"Just 100 calories a day--a soft drink--can add up to 10 to 15 pounds in a year unless you compensate for the extra intake with exercise or cutting back on other calories," notes Susan Swithers, associate professor of Psychological Science at Purdue University.
NTHRALLED while watching the latest, terrific Dr Who, the word sanctuary swithered around the old noggin.
Lead author Susan Swithers of the department of psychological sciences and ingestive behavior research center at Purdue University, told FoxNews.com that in lots of ways, the artificial sweeteners have got the benefit of the doubt, as they don't have any calories.
"This idea that there could be fundamental differences in how people respond to sweet tastes based on their experience with diet sodas is not something that has gotten much attention," says Susan Swithers of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.
The meat was so fine, I swithered over adding the accompaniment of brandy, Dijon and shallot sauce (pounds 1.50).