Are everyday food triggers making you overeat?

Hudnall, Marsha
December 1992
Environmental Nutrition;Dec92, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p1
Discusses the environmental factors that influence people to overeat. Results of surveys and experiments with both normal and overweight people; Effect of changing seasons and work shifts on eating habits; Ways of taming food triggers.


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