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  • Healthy food labels can make you feel less full
  • Healthy food labels can make you feel less full
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Healthy food labels can make you feel less full

Choosing a salad over a portion of chips might not be as wise a choice as you think. Research suggests that people will often implicitly associate healthy foods with feeling less full than unhealthy foods, leading them to overeat in response. But how can food manufacturers combat this?

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