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Listening to Yourself Eat Could Make You Eat Less

Listening to the sounds you make while eating could cause you to eat less, according to a new study. Writing in the journal Food Quality and Preference, researchers at Brigham Young University and Colorado State University found that sound is “an important sensory cue in the eating experience.” They call it the “crunch effect,” and their research indicates that hearing the sounds you make while eating could cause you to eat less. By the same token, watching loud television or listening...

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