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eating junk food

Weighing the consequences of poor eating could reduce your appetite for even the most tempting foods, according to a new
It's the food we eat when we're in a hurry, that we can devour in one sitting. If you're addicted to junk food — the taste
If worrying were a workout, we'd all be runway models. But the effects of constant low-grade stress and the body image tug-of-war eventually take their toll. A recent study from the U.K. found that women will spend an average of one year of their lives worrying about their weight. That's 21 minutes a day, two hours a week, and over 120 hours a year.