12 Best Weight Loss Tricks That Work
Let’s accept it — Sometimes, we eat not because we’re hungry. Instead, we turn to food in order to increase our sense of comfort. Stress, weather, the time of day — all of this affects how much we eat.
8. The “bottomless plate” phenomenon
According to survey, people tend to keep eating until their plate is empty, not until they feel full. The only way to solve this problem is to use tiny plates and eat peacefully. Keep watch over your sense of hunger, and try to avoid remaining food on the table.
Alone, we eat 30% less than in the presence of another individual. As for those situations when we share our meal with 3 or 4 friends — such reunions make you eat 2 times more food than when you’re on your own. So try to eat when you are alone.