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28 June 2012

People crave high-kJ food first after fasting

People who haven't eaten for many hours turn to high-kilojoules’ foods like starches and proteins once they're free to their hunger, a new study suggests.

People who haven't eaten for many hours turn to high-kilojoules’ foods like starches and proteins once they're free to their hunger, a new study suggests.

"I think this really pushes the importance of what (food) options you has in your environment," said Dr Aner Tal, one of the study's authors from the Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

 
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