Dieting May Help Improve Health, Mood, Sex Drive, And Stress Levels Among Normal-Weight People

The Los Angeles Times (5/2, Healy) reports in “Science Now” that a study indicated “normal-weight people who ate 25% less than they wanted for” two years appeared to be “happier and less stressed, slept better and had more robust sex drives,” compared to “healthy adults” who ate whatever they wanted during that same time frame. The findings were published in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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— “To feel better, eat less (yes, even if you’re not overweight),” Melissa Healy, Los Angeles Times, May 2, 2016.

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