25 Sep 2012

Romantic Meals as a Dieting Solution

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Interesting post on thedeailymeal.com. It states that a recent study released by Cornell University demonstrated that people eat slower and eat less in romantic restaurants. Researchers modified a Hardee’s fast food chain store by introducing soft lighting, romantic music, and similar touches and observed that while people ordered roughly the same food they ate less of it over a longer period, and when they left they were happier.

Read the full article here:
Romantic Dinners Cut Calorie Intake, Study Shows | The Daily Meal

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