Trick Your Brain into Eating Less When You're Dining Out
We all know that restaurants tend to use more oils, fat and sugars in their food preparation. These seven lab-tested strategies for cutting back go beyond sharing entrées and skipping dessert.
By Jena Pincott
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Take Just One Bite
Then wait 15 minutes. A small portion is just as satisfying as one more than twice its size—but you've probably never waited to find out. Cornell University researchers found that snackers who ate bite-sized servings of apple pie, chips and chocolate felt just as sated and satisfied as those who ate 77 percent more.
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.