Marijuana users don’t eat more than non-users, according to study


M is for “munchies”.

While marijuana might give you the munchies, that doesn’t mean that you ganja tokers are eating more than your non-toking friends. At least, that’s the data collected on a study of 60 people, half of them tokers (up to ten joints a day) and half not.
The study “Metabolic Effects of Chronic Cannabis Smoking,” just published in the journal Diabetes Care, found that daily smokers had less of a particular kind of belly fat and took in the same amount of calories as their less-cool brethren.