The study conducted by University of
Cambridge found that individuals were
exposed to 48 percent more takeaway
outlets at work than at home and the
average exposure combining home, work
neighborhoods and commuting routes was
According to the study, people who were
most exposed to fast food options consumed
on average 5.7 grams more takeaway food
than those who were least exposed.
The researchers also found that people
most exposed to takeaway food outlets were
estimated to have a BMI 1.21 greater and
twice as likely to be obese than those least
exposed to such food.
The study was published in British Medical