What do you do while you are eating your breakfast, lunch or dinner? If you are like many Americans, in our fast-paced culture, then you are probably busy multi-tasking during many of your meals. It is so common for folks to be watching TV, on their phone, working on the computer, or something else while munching away on snacks or a meal. And it is true that many who do this also routinely overeat and have trouble loosing weight.
“The human stomach isn’t designed to keep accurate track of how much we have eaten. In fact, it takes about 20 minutes after we eat before our stomachs register that we are ‘full.’ Visual cues are critical to controlling our much we eat,” according to Brian Wansink, a food psychologist at Cornell University.
He goes on to explain how plate size makes a difference as does minimizing distractions and paying attention to what you are putting into your mouth while you are eating.
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