Menus that link calories and miles prompt lower-cal choices

12/23/2012 | Medical News Today

Participants in a study tended to choose lower-calorie meals when menus indicated foods' calorie content as well as how many miles of walking it would take to burn off those calories, compared with showing calorie content alone or no nutritional information. The study was published in the journal Appetite.

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