So do children eat more because of this?

A research on nature has confirmed that the child behaves in a different way towards eating in a state of happiness and sadness. In the state of grief, not only is we more attracted towards junk food but also eats more than usual.

In the state of grief and depression people start eating more, it is called 'emotional eating'. During this time, he feels more like consuming unhealthy food. New research has revealed that emotional eating affects not only older children but also children.

A research on nature has confirmed that the child behaves in a different way towards eating in a state of happiness and sadness. In the state of grief, not only is we more attracted towards junk food but also eats more than usual.

Earlier researches had revealed that people who are going through a state of depression eat unhealthy food which leads to obesity. Due to overeating, their depression only increases and their health also deteriorates.

This research was done by the University of Texas and Dallas. During the research, 91 children ranging from 4.5 years to 9 years were included. Children were divided into different groups and all were shown film scenes of different moods. During the emotional scene, the children ate more chocolate.

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