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17 December 2010

Lunch at the pc leads to higher kJ intake

Many of us eat lunch parked in front of a computer, but that habit might be boosting our appetite for dessert, a small study suggests.

Many of us eat lunch parked in front of a computer, but that habit might be boosting our appetite for dessert, a small study suggests.

Researchers say the computer users had a fuzzier memory of their lunch and felt less full afterward compared with the computer-free lunch group.

 
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