Guilt over food may play role in weight gain, study says

12/3/2013 | Science World Report · Daily Mail (London), The

Enjoying snacks and seeing treats as something to celebrate may help boost weight loss, according to a study on the website of Appetite. Researchers examined about 300 women and found that those who reported feeling guilty after eating chocolate cake gained more weight at 18 months than did those who felt good after consuming it.

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