Health knowledge 123: research confirmed food relief condition of health

according to the daily mail reported, and roll to eat, no adverse effect to health. New research shows that eating times of stress relief way, is not, as legend that is a bad habit, because in the long run, people will realize balance of the total calories, because they will eat less happy. But don't eat in a pressure environment, meet happy things, it's easy to eat too much.

University of Konstanz, Germany (University of Konstanz) researchers tried to analyze the data of the above two kinds of people, the team recruiting volunteers, first asked participants whether they would be in a bad mood when eating, and to conduct stress tests. Experimental process is: the arrangement by the tester to shoot video, to judge by strangers. One group was told that the video is rejected, the purpose is to let them feel pressure; Another group was informed that video has been accepted, as they create happiness feeling; The third group is classified as for neutral group, they are told the experiment cancelled, participants can keep normal state of mind. After three groups of people can try different amount of ice cream, researchers pay close attention to their different diet.

the rejected a group of people find relief in over-eating ate more than people in the neutral group, while the pressure can't eat eat more than neutral group. On average, gluttony crowd more than people who eat 120 calories intake.

however, in a set of video recognition, has the opposite phenomenon. Find relief in over-eating people eat less than neutral group, pressure didn't eat much. On average, people can't eat more than glutton consume 72 calories.

in charge, who led the study, a psychologist at the university of konstanz, Gudrun, Dr Rutherford (Dr. Gudrun Sproesser) said: "no matter under pressure is people eat less, or to eat more, two kinds of people has their own weakness of the food, they are just in the face of positive or negative environment, reflect different compensatory dietary patterns. Our results show that focus on the question of diet, the need for dynamic multiple case studies."