A recent research review from the University of Birmingham in the UK suggests that distracted eating makes you consume more food during a meal as well as later on. A smarter alternative to eating screen side: “Carve out time, disconnect, and actually sit down and put food on a plate,” advises Gans. “Make it an actual meal instead of a grab and go.”
When it comes to snacking, do you feel like once you pop, you can’t stop? Your biology, habits, and surroundings may all be to blame.
7. You eat in front of the TV
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