TIP OF THE DAY of our nutritionist Dr. Tomás Barbosa:
As you eat, avoid using your phone or computer, don’t read books or magazines, and keep the TV off. Whether it’s working through lunch at a desk or noshing on chips while watching Netflix, distracted eating is common. But while it might seem harmless, it may encourage you to overeat. A review of 24 studies found that distractions led people to consume more calories during a meal. It also caused them to eat more food later in the day.
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