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Health study: Stop couch surfing and you'll eat less junk food

Health study: Stop couch surfing and you'll eat less junk food

Simply getting your butt off the couch means you'll munch fewer cookies.

That's the finding of a new Northwestern Medicine study, which shows that simply changing one bad habit has a domino effect on others. Knock down your sedentary leisure time and you'll reduce junk food and saturated fat intake because you're no longer glued to the TV and noshing. It's a two-for-one benefit because the behaviours are closely related. Read the full article here.

Source: The Star

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