Watching a food-related television show and caloric intake. A laboratory study.

@article{Bodenlos2013WatchingAF,
  title={Watching a food-related television show and caloric intake. A laboratory study.},
  author={Jamie S. Bodenlos and Bernadette M Wormuth},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2013},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={8-12}
}
Television watching has been positively associated with overeating and obesity. How popular food-related television shows affects eating behavior has not been examined. An experimental study was conducted to examine how exposure to a food-related television program affects amount and type of food consumed in adults (N=80). Participants were randomized to watch a cooking or nature television program and were then presented with 800 total calories of chocolate covered candies, cheese curls, and… CONTINUE READING
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