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Changing memories of food may be a real way to influence eating habits For the millions of Americans who worry about overeating through the holiday season, there may be hope: A fresh UC Irvine research suggests changing their recollections of food may be a method to influence their eating habits. For the study, researchers asked 336 college student volunteers to complete a food background questionnaire about their childhood feeding on experiences most effective . A week later, they were presented with a computer-generated meals profile that included the falsehood about getting unwell after eating the hard-boiled egg or a pickle.