How Eating with Your Non-dominant Hand Can Help You Lose Weight


If you’re right-handed, try eating your meals with your left hand (or vice versa)

Switching the hand you eat with will help you eat less food, even if you’re eating a snack.

The awkwardness of eating with your non-dominant will automatically slow down your eating speed and limit the amount of food you eat.

 A study conducted by the University of Southern California found that simply switching the hand you eat with can help you control your calorie consumption.

 Unless you're ambidextrous, the lack of dexterity will make it harder for you to eat and force you to eat more slowly and consume fewer calories at each meal. 

 Not only will you enjoy your food more, you’ll be less likely to overeat.

 This tip is just one of the tips from my FREE tip sheet  8 Easy Ways to Trick Yourself into Eating Less Food.  To get your free tip sheet, click here

 All 8 tips are taken from my upcoming book Eat Smart and Lose Weight:  Scientifically Proven Ways to Lose Weight without Diets or Exercise.

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