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6 WAYS to turn off the SNACK SWITCH

Craving a biscuit 30 minutes after a meal is just plain greedy… Or is it? Amanda Ursell explains the science behind snack attacks and offers simple strategies to beat them

WHY IS IT THAT just an hour after eating a perfectly satisfactory meal we often fancy one more thing to eat? That extra piece of toast after breakfast, a chocolate biscuit after lunch – or anything we can find in the fridge after dinner. The urge to snack when we don’t need to eat can be controlled, says emerging research – and the answer lies in our choice of foods at main meals and tweaking our behaviour whenever we’re around food.

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