Minty chewing gums may not help people lose weight

03/20/2013 | LiveScience.com

A study in Eating Behaviors found that participants who had chewing gum before every meal ate fewer meals, but were less apt to eat fruits and vegetables compared with those who did not chew gum. Researchers said the menthol in chewing gum can make fruits and vegetable taste bitter, which may lead people to opt for unhealthy choices.

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