People who received "tough times" messages consumed 40% more food than those who were given neutral messages, according to a study in Psychological Science. Researchers also found individuals prompted with the negative messages ate 25% less of the food when told it was low-calorie.
Study: "Tough times" may trigger desire for high-calorie foods
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