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According to new research presented to the American Heart Associationpeople doing their best to lose or maintain their weight are mostly likely to be derailed while eating in a social setting.
Burke and her team spent a year tracking people, almost all of them women, with an average body mass index of 34 a BMI over 30 is considered obese. All participants were actively attempting to limit the of calories they ate every day to between and a relatively low — the average adult needs calories a day to maintain their weight.
The participants used a specially developed smartphone app to report what they were feeling, what they ate, and when they succumbed to temptations like hot chips, cheesecake or a sweet treat at work damn you, biscuit jar. When eating in their cars, participants were 30 percent likely to lapse in their diets.
At the office, 40 percent. Even just eating by themselves, 50 percent. Lauren McGuckin, accredited practicing dietitian from All About Balancetells Coach that the takeaway from this research is absolutely not turning down every dinner or brunch invite that comes your way.
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