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Watching movies 'makes you eat more snacks'

Movies 'make you eat more snacks'

Watching an action movie is worse for your waistline than tuning into a talk show, research has shown. A study found that viewing choice has a direct effect on the amount of snacks people consume in front of the TV. Volunteers gobbled twice as ... MSN UK, 4 hours ago
Action Movies Make You Eat More, New Study Suggests Huffington Post, 5 hours ago

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CBS News

CBS Health: Could watching action movies make you fat?

It is no secret that TV viewing encourages mindless snacking, but it turns out that this effect may be particularly pronounced when it comes to watching certain types of shows. A new study has found that people watching a Hollywood action movie ate ...
 CBS News4 hours ago Action-Packed TV a Threat to Your Waistline?  Bio-Medicine5 hours ago

Watching Fast-Paced Action Movies Tends To Make You Snack More

An increasing amount of research shows an association between television, a more laid back lifestyle and eating more. However, the latest study by Cornell University says not all TV is alike and some programs might lead people to eat twice as ...
 Business Insider Australia5 hours ago Can action movies make you fat?  Bio-Medicine4 hours ago
Irish Independent

Movies 'make you eat more snacks'

Your viewing choice has a direct effect on the amount of snacks you'll consume while slobbing in front of the TV - or so says a new study. Professor Brian Wansink, director of Cornell's Food & Brand Laboratory in New York, said: "People who were ...
 Irish Independent4 hours ago
Canadian Manufacturing

How to ward off the after-school sugar rush

The first thing most kids want when they run through the door after school is a snack. At the end of a school day hungry kids need an energy boost to tackle homework, fuel a dance lesson or soccer practice, or simply tide them over until dinnertime.
 Globe and Mail6 hours ago Healthy snacks for back to school  Jamaica Observer1 day ago Dare makes peanut-free snacks that TASTE like peanut butter  Canadian Manufacturing4 days ago 20 Healthy Lunch And Snack Ideas For School  Huffington Post Canada6 days ago
New Scientist

Otter snacking on a puffin wins photography prize

(Image: Richard Shucksmith) A disappointing day turned into an award-winner for photographer Richard Shucksmith when he captured this image of an otter's bizarre puffin snack in the Shetland Islands in Scotland. After hours of uneventful ...
 New Scientist8 hours ago

The perfect lunchbox snack

We've lifted this recipe from Mumsnet's Top Bananas! cookbook (p. 67) to help with back to school preparations. The bars can be prepared in advance and frozen, making them a brilliant school morning hack. Lunchbox dos and don'ts | School morning ...
 MumsNet12 hours ago

Kebabs - Not Just A Post-Boozing Snack, But The Saviour Of House Fires And Preventer Of Violence

When your vision is blurry and you're struggling to remember your own name, there's only one thing that can save the day... a kebab. And thanks to one determined lawyer, if you're having a night out in Dundee you can now order some meaty goodness ...
 Huffington Post UK15 hours ago

SG Group to foray into drinking water,snacks and rice category

expanding in all the sectors we are present in..We are closely working on launching our snack food brand in 1st week of September which will be followed by the launch of our packaged drinking water brand and then our rice brand," the company said. Elaborating ...
 Business Standard16 hours ago Sanjay Ghodawat Group to foray into drinking water,snacks and rice category  Economic Times15 hours ago

High-action TV shows lead to more snacking: study

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Watching high-energy TV programs might make watching calories harder, a new study suggests. With snacks freely available, young adults watching an action movie ate almost twice as much food as those watching an interview ...
 Yahoo! News4 hours ago
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