Study: Cravings can be nibbled away

02/1/2013 | HealthDay News

Participants who ate larger portions of chocolate and other snack foods consumed 77% more calories compared with those who had smaller portions, a study in Food, Quality and Preference revealed. However, researchers found that both groups reported fewer cravings 15 minutes after they ate, suggesting that smaller portions were just as satisfying as bigger ones.

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