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Thursday, 13 November 2014

Are Your Snacking Habits a Lack of Self-Control, Or Something Else?

We normally associate good self-control with an effortful process that requires conscious attention or deliberation. As a result, we believe that those who put in the mental effort to resist the snacking action have more self-control.

But here’s the twist: new research suggests that self-control around snacking can also be effortless.

The researchers call it ‘effortless inhibition’.

Let’s see how that’s even possible next.

Are Your Snacking Habits a Lack of Self-Control, Or Something Else?

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