Researchers say people who turn to food during times of stress opt for food they habitually eat, and not specifically high-calorie comfort foods as previously thought. "Habits don't change in a high-pressure situation," said Dr. David Neal. "People default to what their habits are under stress, whether healthy or not."
Study: Stress eating is influenced by habits
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