Making beverages more viscous lowers the amount women will drink, but has little effect on men, according to new research from the University of Sussex in England. "The majority of participants consumed all of the drink that they served themselves, indicating that the reduced intake of thicker drinks was because female participants poured out less of these versions, which is in line with research suggesting that pre-meal expectations of satiation and satiety are important determinants of meal size," the researchers wrote.

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