"Comfort food" cravings differ for men and women

11/18/2005 | USA Today

Men and women not only report preferring different types of "comfort foods," they also tend to eat them for different reasons, according to researchers. Women are more likely to turn to foods that are high in fat and sugar when they are feeling down, while men more frequently eat soups, pasta and steaks when they're feeling positive, a Cornell University report said.

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