You could have seen a screenshot from Jeremy Vine on 5 going round studying, “Does listening to heavy metallic make you fats?” Seems the weird matter was spurred on by an article within the Each day Star which hyperlinks loud, aggressive music to poor dietary decisions.
The Each day Star article isn’t on the publication’s web site, however its title reads, “Metallic Makes Us All Heavy — Loud Rock Linked to Craving Fatty Meals.” The article (which incorporates a picture of Mr. Lordi) states that the music somebody listens to can dictate their meals decisions, with quick and loud music that includes heavy dissonance and distortion revving up a listener a lot that it’ll entice them to gorge on fatty meals. Alternatively, calm classical music could encourage listeners to make average and smart decisions.
In fact, this sounds extremely silly, and pundits from the British discuss present mentioned the subject on right this moment’s episode (Might 10) of Jeremy Vine on 5. “I’m sort of R&B-pop,” co-host Storm Huntley mentioned about her personal music style. “That doesn’t make me wish to have a salad. Nothing appears to make me wish to have a salad.”
“It simply could possibly be one among these traditional issues,” Vine chimed in, “that very giant individuals are drawn to heavy metallic music quite than the opposite manner spherical. The music that makes us wish to have a salad, we’ve but to find.”
One other panelist spoke about classical music lulling you into a way of heat and luxury, which one may try to intensify with a chunk of chocolate cake.
The Vine pundits didn’t converse concerning the matter for very lengthy, however you possibly can watch their dialogue on the very finish of this episode.