Do people in low-paid jobs choose high calorie food to help them survive?

22 Dec, 2016 Categories: In the News

Al Arabiya English interview with Dr David Lee, Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Lina Doumani, Clinical Dietitian at Camali Clinic.

Researchers found that if you feel less educated, poorer or don’t have as good a job as your colleagues you are more likely to tuck into high calorie foods.

Often it feels like you can’t move without being faced with a fast food restaurant. And when you have money in your pocket and delicious donuts on your doorstep it can be hard to resist. But recent research has revealed…