Washington: A new study on the concept of "stress eating" has found that people who eat during times of stress typically seek the foods they eat out of habit - regardless of how healthy or unhealthy that food is.The research co-authored and presented by David Neal, Ph.D., a psychologist and founding partner at Empirica Research, contradicts the conventional wisdom that people who are stressed-out turn to high-calorie, low-nutrient comfort food."Habits don`t change in a high-pressure situation," Neal said."People default to what their habits are under stress, whether healthy or not," he said.
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