High-Fructose Content: Why People Crave It
High fructose content is faster and cheaper to produce than other forms of content. In our fast=paced world, we no longer crave hard-hitting news and the deep thoughts of literature. Instead, we want high fructose content packed with all the intense sweetness we crave in media: sound bites, video clips, tweetable repeatables, and other pre-packaged forms of tasty, sugary content.
High fructose content goes along the same neural receptor pathways of other addictive substances. In many respects, high fructose content alters the transmission of certain brain chemicals, including endorphins, dopamine and serotonin. This sugary content triggers the pleasure center of our brains, which leave us wanting more.
In this talk, J. Schuh will discuss the concept of high fructose content, its impact on our mind, and how we crave it. You will several real-world examples of high fructose content. Plus, ways to combat high fructose content.