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.”
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