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TO SNACK OR NOT TO SNACK?

Posted on: November 29, 2011

Feeling the need for a mid-morning snack may be a sign your diet is failing. A new study from Seattle finds dieting women who snacked between breakfast and lunch lost 7-percent of their body weight over a year.
But women who could go all morning without snacking lost 11-percent of their body weight. Researchers suspect mid-morning snacking could be a sign of “mindless” eating when we eat for reasons other than hunger.

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