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Hunger is not the only reason we eat sweets.
Often we eat as a way to celebrate, or sometimes we reach for food when we’re sad or bored.
And a study published this month in the journal Environment and Behavior points to another factor that can nudge us to eat: clutter.
“The notion that places — such as cluttered offices or disorganized homes — can be modified to help us control our food intake is becoming an important solution in…