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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Drink Red Wine with the Meal
Everyone knows that honeybees are sugar addicts. But a recent study found that they lose much of their interest—and are sated more easily—when exposed to resveratrol, a compound in red wine and peanuts. Plus, they lived more than 30 percent longer than usual. (Initial studies on humans have found similar calorie-restricting benefits; more research is in progress.)