Not Hungry? Then Why Are You Eating?

You Eat in a Big Group-
Studies show that the more people you dine with, the more you eat. Sharing a meal with eight others can cause you to double your caloric intake. Stay conscious of what you're ... more 
You Eat in a Big Group-
Studies show that the more people you dine with, the more you eat. Sharing a meal with eight others can cause you to double your caloric intake. Stay conscious of what you're putting in your mouth at the next dinner party you attend. Even if it's buffet style, and you're sharing appetizers and entrees, be sure to have your own separate plate that you eat off of so you can monitor how much you're consuming. Also limit your alcohol intake to no more than one drink. The more booze you drink, the more likely you are to say yes to more food. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 3:19 PM EDT
I'm a snacker by nature. I usually eat when I'm hungry, but must admit I also eat when I'm not. One reason is that seeing someone else noshing on tasty foods gives me the munchies too. To learn a handful of other reasons why you may be eating when you're not hungry, keep reading.Related Content:3 Su