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Rooting For Your Fav NFL Team – If They Lose, You’ll Probably Gain

Rooting for the underdog may be the nice thing to do but if your worried about your waistline you may want to trade up. The NFL season kicks off this Sunday and if you cheer for a losing time, you are probably going to gain some weight this year. New research finds you’re more likely to eat unhealthy foods the day after the football team you’re rooting for loses.

Fans of losing teams consumed ten-percent more calories than usual the day after the game. Additionally, the more their team lost by, the more food people ate.

**FYI: On the contrary, the fans of winning teams were found to decreased their caloric intake by five-percent the next day

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