People tend to eat more of foods seen as healthy, study finds

05/21/2013 | Reuters

A study in the International Journal of Obesity found obese men ate larger portions of coleslaw labeled as "healthy" compared with the "standard" coleslaw, even when the two items had similar calorie contents. Researchers said people tend to feel less guilty when eating foods labeled as healthy, resulting in excessive intake.

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