Britons deal with stress with doughnuts, crisps and biscuits

Britons deal with stress with doughnuts, crisps and biscuits

One in three stressed workers turn to eating unhealthy comfort food, according to a new study.

The food and health research organisation Mintel has released a report. The study revealed that 70% of workers struggle to meet deadlines and manage constantly increasing workloads, the Daily Mail reports. The higher workers’ stress levels are, the more likely they are to resort to chocolates, crisps and biscuits. One in three stressed workers was likely to indulge in unhealthy eating. The number rose to four in ten amongst those between 35 and 44.

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