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TheDailyMeal: Mind Tricks to Fool Yourself Into Eating Less

Don't Eat in Front of the Computer or TV

The more distracted we are, the more we eat, according to a 2007 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers reported that participants who ate while playing solitaire felt less full after eating than participants who ate without any distractions. The solitaire participants also ate twice as many snacks as the non-distracted patients and had a harder time remembering what they ate. Conclusion: Get away from your desk and take that lunch break somewhere else — you deserve the break anyway.

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