Study: People eat lighter when menu links foods, exercise time

04/24/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Young adults who ordered from menus that showed how many minutes of brisk walking it would take to work off the calories in various dishes selected meals with fewer calories, Texas Christian University researchers reported at the Experimental Biology 2013 conference. Study participants whose menus just listed calorie counts did not order meals that contained significantly fewer calories than people who had no additional menu information.

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