The Google Diet: How to Use Google's Cafeteria Tricks to Lose Weight (Page 5)

4. Limit Liquid Calories

Sure, soda and juice are still in café refrigerator cases, but if Googlers want them they’ll have to step off the food line to get them. But, they’re unlikely to bother. Long before workers ever reach for a sweetened drink they’ll find vats of filtered water conveniently positioned on café countertops right alongside the food. Simply placing bottled water on an eye-level shelf in the fridge and bumping soda to a lower shelf boosted H2O intake by 47 percent.

Do It at Home: Not a fan of plain water? Keep a pitcher of water with a slice of lemon in your fridge.

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