How movies can affect your diet

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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) - According to research from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab, watching sad movies can affect your diet. Researchers found that when 30 adults watched a tragic love story, they ate an average of 28 percent more popcorn than they did when they watched a comedy.

Dietitian Jen McDaniel stops by Fox 2 to explain just how the movies you watch can affect your food consumption.