October 14, 2009

Recently, a group of Canadian nutritionists came up with the idea that too much thinking and doing lots of intellectual work is linked to consuming more calories and gaining weight. The specialists at the Universite Laval in Quebec, leaded by Dr Angelo Tremblay, made a series of experiments and supervised the food intake of a number of local students. It turned out that the stress of thinking makes the majority of us seek meal and, in the worst cases, cause overeating and weight gain. Read the rest of this entry »