Posting Calorie Counts May Lead Consumers to Healthier Choices When Eating Out

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  ABC News is reporting a new study that finds that seeing calorie information may convince customers to place healthier -- or at least smaller -- orders. When the customers saw calorie information before ordering, they purchased an average of 52 fewer calories than customers who overlooked the calorie counts. (more…)
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Too Little Sleep, Too Much Snacking?

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  WebMD Health News reports a small study in which researchers have found that people who don't get enough sleep often indulge in excessive snacking. Results showed that when bedtimes were restricted to five-and-a-half hours, participants consumed an average of 1,087 calories a day from snacks alone. In contrast, they consumed 866 in calories from snacking when given eight-and-a-half hours to sleep. (more…)
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