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(WANE Ft. Wayne)   You're not gonna believe this, but somebody actually got funding to study whether people who quit smoking eat more junk food   (wane.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Nicotine, new study, study's findings, study points, Smoking, earlier studies, junk food, Smoking cessation  
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2021-09-27 12:32:47 AM  
6 votes:
It's not so much about confirming it but to quantify it.
 
2021-09-27 12:39:31 AM  
2 votes:
It seems like this was more about the efficacy of naltrexone than just the smoking connection.  If it works out, then that means alcoholics won't load up on carbs to fill the void either.
 
2021-09-27 1:48:46 AM  
2 votes:

SumoJeb: I only bought junk food when I went to the corner store to get a tin of chew. Now that I quit chewing I have stopped buying soda pop and chips, too. I'm saving about $1200 - 1400 / month lmao it's great.


Convenience stores are mines for poor impulse control.   They're worse than casinos.  At least with a casino, you know they're trying to make you do bad things.
 
2021-09-27 1:38:36 AM  
1 vote:
I only bought junk food when I went to the corner store to get a tin of chew. Now that I quit chewing I have stopped buying soda pop and chips, too. I'm saving about $1200 - 1400 / month lmao it's great.
 
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