People Who Eat in the Dark Tend to Eat Less, Probably Because They Can't See What They're Doing

A new study conducted on unsuspecting human lab rats in an Illinois Hardee's has found that people tend to consume fewer calories and have a slower rate of maw-stuffing when the lights are low, soft music is wafting down from hidden speakers, a plant is eyeing their meal jealously from a corner, and they can wipe… »8/31/12 1:00pm8/31/12 1:00pm