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Eating while Watching TV may make you Fat

Latest By ANI Editorial Team , ANI / May 07, 2013
Eating while Watching TV may make you Fat

A study featured in American Journal of Clinical suggests that eating while watching television or working at a desktop could lead to excess weight gain as people tend to lose count of how much they have eaten.

Eating while Watching TV may make you Fat

According to a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical, eating while watching television or working at a desktop could lead to excess weight gain. People tend to lose count of how much they have eaten and eventually, the habit may affect your weight.

The research found that remembering previous meals that were delicious and filling can lead to us eating smaller portions and ultimately enjoying trimmer waistlines. Lead researcher Dr Eric Robinson, from the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society based at Liverpool University stated that if people recalled their last meal as being filling and satisfying, then ate less during their next meal.

Writing down previous meals and using visual reminders of previous meals are the techniques are the techniques that could help with awareness of consumption and lead to a reduction in meal sizes. These techniques can also be used as a strategy to help with weight loss, weight maintenance and reduce the need for calorie controlled dieting.

 

 

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ANI Editorial Team
Source: ANIMay 07, 2013

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