Idle Hands Are The Stomach’s Playthings

Image result for eating boredRecent research proves what anyone who has ever downed a dozen cookies at a lifeless family reunion already knows; People eat more calories and more fatty and sugary foods when they're bored. It's not that tedium makes us crave junk; we're simply reaching for some excitement to distract ourselves. The smart move: At the next family potluck, do something that will occupy your hands, like taking some photos of the group. (Women's Health)