A recent study conducted by the University of Utah observed diners who ate with either a small or a large fork. Because the small fork made restaurant-goers feel like they had made less of a dent in their dishes, they kept going back for more, ultimately overeating. On the other hand, people who ate with large forks ended up eating less.
Let’s use large forks as a way to eat less today! You can double this effort with another visual trick: eating off of a smaller plate. This will trick your brain into thinking that you’re eating a larger portion than you actually are.
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Fork | Lainee Richards