Music could be the secret to eating less: Playing slow tunes during meals discourages people from wolfing down their food, study shows

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28/07/2020
  • People were timed eating five squares of chocolate in a scientific experiment  
  • It took them about 24 seconds to eat the chocolate when the room was silent 
  • This was extended by ten seconds when people were listening to upbeat music
  • And lengthened by a further four seconds when listening to slow-paced beats

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TitelMusic could be the secret to eating less: Playing slow tunes during meals discourages people from wolfing down their food, study shows
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MedietypeTryk
LandStorbritannien
Dato28/07/2020
BeskrivelsePeople were timed eating five squares of chocolate in a scientific experiment
It took them about 24 seconds to eat the chocolate when the room was silent
This was extended by ten seconds when people were listening to upbeat music
And lengthened by a further four seconds when listening to slow-paced beats
Producer/forfatter Joe Pinkstone
URLPeople were timed eating five squares of chocolate in a scientific experiment It took them about 24 seconds to eat the chocolate when the room was silent This was extended by ten seconds when people were listening to upbeat music And lengthened by a further four seconds when listening to slow-paced beats
PersonerQian Janice Wang, Signe Lund Mathiesen, Line Ahm Mielby, Derek V. Byrne
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