Randoms-Post Meal Slumps are Real, Pringles for Thanksgiving & More!

Dating and politics … In case you hadn’t heard, today is Election Day. Like every election, this one was filled with campaign messages everywhere. And this year, people took things to a new level by campaigning on dating apps. People across the country used dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and Grindr to get people to vote -- and even to support specific candidates. (The Wall Street Journal

Post-meal slumps … The feeling tired after eating struggle is real. New research has found that the average American spends 213 hours – about 9 days -- in a post-meal slump every year. The study revealed that after a heavy meal, you spend about an hour and 22 minutes afterwards feeling full, tired, sluggish and less productive. And the average American will experience three of these post-meal slumps every week.

50 percent of those surveyed said eating a heavy lunch on a work day makes them less productive, with most saying their production drops about 33 percent after a big lunch. The biggest culprits? Burgers (53 percent), pizza (50 percent), mashed potatoes (44 percent), and burritos (31 percent).

Want to avoid the post-meal slump? Eat more veggies. 71 percent of respondents said they are less likely to get a post-meal slump after eating a meal with lots of veggies and less meat and carbs. 36 percent said they don’t experience any loss of energy after eating a vegetable-based meal. (SWNS Digital

Thanksgiving dinner in a can … a Pringles can, that is. Pringles is releasing three Thanksgiving Dinner Pringles flavors — turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie — starting today. You can order them in a three-pack online at the Kellogg’s Store. But you better hurry. They’re only available for a limited time. (Daily Meal

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