Do you make better food choices in the summer? It might be the light. The Journal of Marketing Research studied diners in bright restaurants and compared their food choices to those eating in dimly lit dining rooms.
You make better food decisions in brighter rooms, but eat slower and enjoy your meal more in dimly lit rooms.
What could this mean for you? If you want to make healthier food decisions eat and prepare food in brightly lit rooms. The researchers think we make better, forward thinking decisions when we are alert. After you have prepared your meal then enjoy it in a dimly lit room.
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