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HOLD Want to lose weight? Games at dinner might just be the answer

Scientists have found being distracted by technology during mealtimes may reduce how much you eat

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Playing Candy Crush may not be acceptable dinner-time manners but it may result in a trimmer waistline.

Nutrition scientists suggest in a new international study that being distracted by technology during mealtimes may decrease the amount of food a person eats.

According to the research published in the Journal of Nutrition, when 119 young adults consumed a meal while playing a simple computer game for 15 minutes, they ate significantly less than when they ate the same meal without distractions...

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