January 2013
Good Health (Australia Edition);Jan2013, p100
The article presents 10 easy ways to loose weight. According to research at the Department of Psychology, Georgia State University, listening to music while eating can cause one to eat more than one would if there was only the sound of conversation and clinking cutlery. According to research, making just one small but permanent change to lifestyle can have long-lasting effects.


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