6 Secrets to Eating Less and Feeling Full

Take more control over what you eat with these strategies from Brian Wansink, author of Slim by Design, professor and director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University. His easy-to-follow blueprint will help you eat less while still feeling full.

6 Secrets to Eating Less and Feeling Full

Take more control over what you eat with these strategies from Brian Wansink, author of Slim by Design, professor and director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University. His easy-to-follow blueprint will help you eat less while still feeling full.

Stock a Slimmer Kitchen

To design a slimmer kitchen and make healthy eating easy:

  • Make bad options invisible. Store leftover dessert, unhealthy foods and non-vegetable leftovers in your refrigerator’s bottom produce drawers so you can’t see them.
  • Make produce visible. Take the produce out of the drawers and put them on the center shelf so you can see them.
  • No large bottles. Don’t have large bottles of any beverage other than milk and water.
  • Limit soda. If you must have soda, keep no more than two cans in your refrigerator at a time.

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