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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Test Shows Subconscious 'Stop Signs' Can Help Control Overeating

Won't work.
Once you pop the top of a tube of potato chips, it can be hard to stop munching its contents. But Cornell University researchers may have found a novel way to help: edible serving-size markers that act as subconscious stop signs. As part of an experiment carried out on two groups of college students (98 students total) while they were watching video clips in class, researchers from Cornell's Food and Brand Lab served tubes potato chips, some of which contained chips dyed red. Researchers found that the red chips served as subconscious "stop signs" that curtailed the amount of food consumed.
Just like any other stop sign, the determined, in this case the fat, will ignore it.

Because they will not be satisfied with the so-called portion.

Remember, when an elephant goes on a diet it eats like a horse.

It is just a matter of time before they say, "Neigh."

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