Fatty, sugary and junk food such as doughnuts and pizzas are almost twice as distracting as healthy food until you have eaten some of it, according to a study.
The original producers of burgers, pizzas and other fast-food items were under tremendous influence of negative energies. Negative energies used these producers to create food that is easy to prepare, able to attract immediately, suitable for quick consumption, and enabling the spread of black energy through them easily into the body and mind of the individual who eats them.
Researchers noted that all of the pictures distracted people from the task, but found that items like doughnuts, potato chips, cheese and candy were about twice as distracting.
As the participants worked diligently, pictures flashed in the periphery of the screen – visible only for 125 milliseconds, which is too quick for people to fully realise what they just saw. The pictures were a mix of images of high-fat, high- calorie foods, healthy foods, or items that were not food.
The healthy food pictures – like carrots, apples and salads – were no more distracting to people than non-foods like bicycles, lava lamps and footballs, researchers said.The team then recreated the experiment, but had a new group of participants eat two fun-sized candy bars before starting the computer work.
Researchers found that after eating the chocolate, people were not distracted by the high-fat, high-calorie food images any more than by healthy foods or other pictures.
“We wanted to see if pictures of food, particularly high-fat, high-calorie food, would be a distraction for people engaged in a complicated task,” said Howard Egeth, professor at Johns Hopkins University.>