One week into your New Year’s Resolution diet a we have a word of warning. A New study shows people tend to overeat when they're consuming food that's been labeled "healthy," and that can undermine our

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dieting efforts.

CBS News says people tend to order larger portions, eat more and feel less full when they're eating food slapped with a “healthy” label on its packaging.

The University of Texas study says people appear to overeat "healthy" foods because they subconsciously consider it less filling. But if a healthy food is also labeled “nourishing,” people are less likely to eat too much. That's because the word suggests the food is more filling, making it less likely people will overeat it.

In other words we are easily manipulated dummies! Sheesh!