Softer Fast Food Restaurant Lighting and Music Can Cut Calorie Intake 18 Percent, Cornell University Study
8/29/2012 7:41:12 AM
Your mood for food can be changed by a restaurant's choice of music and lighting, leading to increased satisfaction and reduced calorie intake, according to a new study. "When we did a makeover of a fast-food restaurant, we found that softer music and lighting led diners to eat 175 fewer calories and enjoy it more," said the study's lead author, Brian Wansink, professor of marketing and director of Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab.
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