Despite New Year’s Resolutions, Junk Food Purchases Are The Highest Post-Holiday : T-Lounge : Tech Times

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You would think people would be cutting the junk food after the holidays, but a new study found that while people are buying more healthy groceries, they continue to buy junk food after New Year’s.

Read all about the findings here:

Despite New Year’s Resolutions, Junk Food Purchases Are The Highest Post-Holiday : T-Lounge : Tech Times.

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7 comments on “Despite New Year’s Resolutions, Junk Food Purchases Are The Highest Post-Holiday : T-Lounge : Tech Times”

      1. too many holiday cookies people bring to work to say “thanks”, its really bad : (. my view is though If i eat it, at least I will have gotten rid of it and it dissapears ;)…(may reappear elsewhere though!!)

      2. haahh the temptations are real! LOL I look at it as long as I eat healthy and run often, a few cookies won’t hurt. (Okay whose I am kidding..who stops at one =D )

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