Study: High-calorie foods seem more attractive when restricted

05/16/2010 | FoodNavigator

Study participants who were trying to restrict high-calorie foods in their diet responded with more positive associations to images of high-calorie foods. "The restrained eaters show stronger implicit liking for high-calorie food compared to unrestrained eaters," the researchers concluded.

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