Hey, Listen Up. Eat Less Food and You’ll Weigh Less. What’s the Big News Here?
Posted Oct 09 2012 5:00am
What do you think of this? Unwanted weight could be lessened
considerably if you ate just a few less bites at each meal.
How is this possible you might ask? Research reported in the
2003 journal Science by James O. Hill
and his collaborators showed the average weight gain for the overweight
population in the United States over a period of 8 years for 20 to 40 year olds was
approximately 2 lbs a year. Figuring the calories it would take to eliminate
this weight gain, the researchers calculated that eating 100 fewer calories a
day would do it.
So what’s the big deal about eating just a few less bites at
each meal? It looks like it is a big deal, because losing your unwanted weight
is so hard to do. Let’s face it then. Eating a few bites less at each meal is a
big deal. Take a look and see what makes it such a big deal for you, and then let us
know what you discover.