Snacking May Help Minimize Spousal Conflict

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Snacking May Help Minimize Spousal Conflict

In a new study, researchers found that having a quick snack to raise blood sugar made subjects less “hangry,” a combination of “hungry” and “angry,” which means snacking may help diminish disputes with one’s spouse. What do you think?

  • “But most of our fights are about who ate all the snacks.”

    Sean Kubler
    Tour Guide Interpreter
  • “That’s why I try to throw Bugles into her mouth when I think she’s about to yell at me.”

    Alex Berfield
    Head Start Director
  • “I think I read this earlier in the Journal Of Snickers Commercials.”

    Danielle Tarantini
    WAN Administrator