Proximity may influence food consumption, study shows

03/21/2014 | Reuters

A study in Appetite revealed participants ate more apple slices when the items were within their reach compared with when they were farther away. Researchers also noted the same effect when a bowl of buttery popcorn was placed within the participants' reach. The findings suggest that keeping low-calorie foods nearby may help promote healthy eating habits, researchers said.

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