Here’s Why You Eat More When You Drink

The work of Dr Paul Christiansen (not to be confused with Adele) gets a mention in Time Magazine.

There’s a reason you’re snacking so much after cocktails…

Snacking after drinking is not an uncommon habit, and new research sheds light on why people may eat more after drinking alcohol.

Excess drinking and weight gain have been linked in the past. Some researchers speculate alcohol may influence cravings, but in a new study published in the journal Health Psychology, researchers suggest that alcohol impairs inhibitory control, which leads people to eat more.

Here’s Why You Eat More When You Drink

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