Concur the buffet line.
Research shows that slim people to different things at an ‘all you can eat’ buffet.
We can emulate their behaviour to help us cut down on eating to excess.
First they check out the entire buffet first, without a plate. They look at everything that is being offered and size up their favorites.
Next they choose the smaller sized plates.
Then they sit as far away from the buffet as possible and sit with their backs to the buffet line.
If available they use chopsticks to eat slower and they chew their food longer.
Now that doesn’t sound so hard. Perhaps we can have our buffet and eat it too!
Enjoy more tips from Slim by Design author Brian Wansink on this week’s Your Life, Unlimited podcast! And…if you want to peek into the mind of a 20 year old – it’s so refreshing – Amy Schrader let’s us take a peek!
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