There are times when the dining area of a fast food joint looks more like the savage confines of an arctic wolf den with a pack of mangy inhabitants tearing a bloated caribou limb from limb.
One theory is that the interiors of most fast food restaurants are not designed to entice people to hang around for long periods of time. The two brought in one group to have a bite to eat in the regular old boring section of the establishment, while a second group was seated in a new and improved section of the restaurant that gave off a more “fine dining” type of vibe complete with soft lighting and jazz music.


What they found was that even though Hardee’s customers hung out longer in the new and improved section, they didn’t eat nearly as much as the people inhaling their burgers in the regular portion of the restaurant. Researchers believe that our surroundings influence the way we eat including the pace at which we do it.
Most PopularKniffin says this study could present a new slant on the way men participate in disordered eating, which is something that isn't often documented.


They believe that perhaps a more pleasant restaurant atmosphere could help reduce the gluttonous eating that continues to contribute to our overweight society.



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