The freedom of being with friends and away from home and routine makes it harder to resist no-no foods and a second round of libations is common, says Dr. Jamie Cooper, an associate professor in the Department of Foods and Nutrition at the University of Georgia.
“People view vacation fun as separate from their regular life,” Cooper says. “They want it to feel like a reward.”
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