Resealable bags key to cutting out snacking

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Woman snacking. (Photo: Getty Images)
Woman snacking. (Photo: Getty Images)

A simple resealable bag is enough to stop people from going back to unhealthy treats.

Storing tempting foods in resealable bags is the key to cutting back on snacking, researchers claim.

It can be tempting to finish a big pack of biscuits or crisps once opened rather than leaving them open in the fridge or cupboard, but according to experts at the University of Ghent in Belgium, a simple resealable bag is enough to stop people from going back to unhealthy treats.

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