Study: Dining companions' gender influences calorie intake

10/5/2011 | ABC News

Men tend to purchase meals with more calories when eating with women than they do when with other men, while women purchased meals with fewer calories when eating with men than when they were with women, researchers at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the University of Akron found. The results suggest that food influences the impressions people make on others, the researchers said.

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