7 Small But Powerful Diet Habits That Add Up to Major Weight-Loss Success (Page 4)

3. Trade Up Your Fork

It sounds counterintuitive, but research shows using a bigger fork and subsequently taking bigger bites can actually lead to eating less (apparently seeing yourself making a larger dent in the food on your plate can cue you to stop eating sooner). You’ll increase the benefit by holding the fork with your nondominant hand to slow you down. Eating slower helps you consume fewer calories without you even realizing it.

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