Menu info on walking off a meal may curb food intake

03/19/2013 | ScientificAmerican.com

A study in the journal Appetite showed that people who saw menus with data on walking distances required to burn the calories in each item ordered meals that averaged 826 calories, compared with 1,020 calories by those who viewed menus that did not include such information. Participants whose menus featured calorie content only and calorie content plus walking minutes also had orders with fewer calories, researchers said.

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