Casper Residents Would Make Better Decisions if They Ate More
I want to be clear that what I'm about to declare is science and not my opinion. There's a new study that has declared Casper residents would make better decisions if they ate more. Like I said, SCIENCE.
This study began in Scotland. The Irish Examiner shared details of a report that says we would all make better decisions on a full stomach. According to them, scientists at the University of Dundee in Scotland found that you tend to make decisions that provide more immediate satisfaction if you're hungry. This can include financial and even personal issues.
Moral of this study? Make sure you have a meal or at least a snack before you make a big decision. Gonna go car shopping? Eat a steak first. Trying to decide if you want to begin a relationship with someone you've just met. Make a sandwich.
That's why I love science.