Hungry shoppers choose more high-calorie foods in study

05/6/2013 | Reuters

A study in JAMA Internal Medicine found that people who were hungry before grocery shopping bought more high-calorie items compared with those who ate snacks before shopping. Experts said the results may have implications for people who cannot always afford food, as food insecurity may trigger individuals to settle for higher-calorie items, especially if they are cheap.

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