Health & Fit This simple mind trick can help you eat less throughout the day

23:21  13 september  2017
23:21  13 september  2017 Source:   Men's Fitness

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When you 're crazed at work, exercising for a long period of time, or traveling, your mind is preoccupied and, thus, you eat less . What’s more, these folks ended up eating more at lunch, and wolfed down considerably more calories throughout the day .

When you fool yourself into eating less , it’s much easier to achieve your weight loss goal. Below is the list of 10 sneaky tricks that will help you to eat less throughout the day .

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Ever have days where you're a bottomless pit—you feel like you're always hungry?

Behaviors and external factors play into it. When you're crazed at work, exercising for a long period of time, or traveling, your mind is preoccupied and, thus, you eat less. But there's something else that plays into how much you eat in a day, and it all starts with breakfast.

If you think you're eating a substantial morning meal, it'll spur you to eat fewer calories for the remainder of the day. Likewise, if you eat a breakfast you determine to be small, you're going to compensate and eat more thereafter, according to research from the British Psychological Society.

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If you know what smart food swaps to make, you can easily trick your mind into thinking you are satisfied. However, these simple tricks will help put you much closer to your weight loss goal. How do you fool yourself into eating less throughout the day ?

Below is the list of 10 sneaky tricks that will help you to eat less throughout the day . 1. Drink Water Drinking a full glass of water before eating is one of the best ways to trick yourself into eating less .

In the study, researchers fed 26 people. They told the subjects they were getting a breakfast omelet made with either two or four eggs. In reality, all omelets were made with three eggs. Researchers also took blood samples to analyze changing levels of hunger/satiety hormones leptin and ghrelin.

Those who believed they ate a four-egg omelet didn't experience hunger pangs until four hours later, while those who thought they ate a smaller meal reported feeling hungry just two hours later. What’s more, these folks ended up eating more at lunch, and wolfed down considerably more calories throughout the day.

“Having analyzed levels of ghrelin, a known hunger hormone, our data also suggest that changes in reported hunger and the differences in later consumption are not due to differences in participants' physical response to the food," study author Steven Brown, Ph.D., said in a press release. "Therefore, memory for prior consumption, as opposed to physiological factors, may be a better target for investigating why expectations for a meal have an effect on subsequent feelings of hunger and calorie intake."

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It will help you move forward and feel accomplished. This way you ’ll get more done and will be less stressed throughout the day . Practice intermittent fasting for at least 14 hours, meaning that if you plan to eat breakfast at 8am, you should finish your dinner at 6pm at the latest.

Tricks to Eating Less – Helping You Keep The Weight Off. Returning to old habits is simply out of the question! So here we offer some simple tricks to eating less . Hopefully these tips are helpful to you throughout Christmas and New Year too!

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