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Change the Lightbulb
In your dining area, swap out your bright, harsh lights (especially fluorescents) for a softer alternative—like the new warm, white LED bulbs. When Cornell University researchers gave a fast-food restaurant a fine-dining makeover (a warmer glow along with soft jazz), diners lingered longer but ate 18 percent less of the fast-food offerings. Bonus: They also relished their meal more.
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As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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