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The trick to cheat your body and keep your ideal weight
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Losing weight does require considerable effort. To make it lighter, actually effort to lose weight can be done with a simple trick, you know.

A Swiss study found that food availability relative to the amount of food intake consumed. Because, researchers say eating is a spontaneous behavior that can be disrupted if there is additional food availability.

In his study, researchers gave three candy bowls to the participant: candy that has been opened, only half opened, and still in the packaging. The result, participants are given candy is still in the packaging 3.6 pieces of food. Meanwhile, participants with candies that have been opened or only half opened can eat up to 5.5 pieces of candy.

In another trial, participants were asked to take chocolate with their fingers or chopsticks. As a result, those who use chopsticks take less chocolate than those who take it by hand.

According to nutritionist and author Timi Gustafson RD, from the results we can know that the packaging of food that looks less and the availability of food can make us more efficient-saving the food.

"Moreover, if the food is there a lot, can make us eat in large numbers because it thinks food supplies are still many," said Gustafson as reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday (31/1/2014).

In one case, there was a woman who liked to eat bread. Therefore, when returning home, the woman takes a detour so that she does not see the bakery that is often approached. That way, his addiction to bread and cake is starting to disappear.

A similar experience also experienced by New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg who has a habit of picking a chocolate cake. To avoid it, when the breaks are in the office or in the afternoon, Duhigg avoids the cafeteria and instead chats with his partner to divert his cravings.

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