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Home-cooked meals, hold the TV, linked to less obesity

(Reuters Health) - Adults who never watch TV during family meals and eat mostly home-cooked food are much less likely than others to be obese, according to a recent U.S. study.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears
With home-cooked meals you have pretty good idea of what they contain. When someone cooks the meals, it is buyer beware as every trick in the book that makes outside meals tasty usually encourages overeating.  Also reducing distractions at any meal will lead to less mindless eating and therefore a lower calorie intake.

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