Researchers at McMaster University say that what women choose to eat depends on if the person they are dining with is male or female.
It was found that women who ate with a male companion chose foods of significantly lower caloric value than did women who were observed eating with another female. Furthermore, when women ate in mixed-gender groups their food choices were at the lower end of the caloric scale; the more men in the group, the fewer the calories. Contrastingly, when women ate in all-female groups, their food was significantly higher in calories.
So if you are on a diet, eat with men not women.
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