Pizza. Cake. Ice cream. Why do we eat foods we know are unhealthy? Evolution plays a part, psychologists say, but mindfulness can help us eat better

Many of us eat junk food despite knowing we shouldn’t, but why? Psychologists say it’s to do with associations, habits and evolution, and give advice on how to make healthier food choices.


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