Food memory influences future eating habits, report says

03/7/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

British researchers analyzed data from 24 studies and found distractions can make people eat more food in the present and at future meals. The report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition said if people used "attentive-eating principles" instead, they could lose weight without counting calories.

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