Scientists believe that because of the bright lights commonly found in your favourite restaurants really create psychological need to rush through meals and possibly eat more, so better light a candle at dinnertime, and you may be less stimulated to add more on your plate. Theres a study from Cornell University says the secret to eating less and feeling more satisfies about what you eat could be as simple as dimming the lights in your dinner table. Those who tried eating in this set up consumed 175 fewer calories than those who noshed in bright lit places.
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