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Telling dieters that food is bad for them makes them eat more of the foods they are being warned against, a new study found.

Warnings them that “all sugary snacks are bad” actually made them ate two fifths more biscuits than those told positive messages. And they were more likely to see “bad” food in a “good” light despite the warnings. Arizona State University researchers suggest dieters resent nanny state interference and the infringement on their choice.

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