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Watching toxic behaviour on MAFS could be damaging your own relationship

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At the height of The Biggest Loser’s success, a surprising study emerged. Researchers from the University of Colorado found that viewers were more likely to overeat when watching obese people on their screens, not less.
The findings put paid to producers’ protests that the show was all about helping people while educating viewers about healthier habits, but anyone who tuned into the show for even an episode could already see that.
Like most reality TV, The Biggest Loser was about schadenfreude (gaining…

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