When it comes to dieting, some people greatly exercise the self-control measure while typically going for healthier choices and some are unable to resist unhealthy foods. But, it is being affirmed by researchers of a recent study that one need not be stern for himself, rather only a little attention on how much and what they consume can help.
Joseph P. Redden and colleagues from the University of Minnesota in collaboration with the team from Texas A&M University had conducted the study. It has been told that there is no need to fight between your desire and willpower. But, it would be better if you lose your interest in food.
One should create such situations that make them less inclined to unhealthy foods. The ways may comprise keeping track of the food quantity one is having, the team suggests.
The conclusion has been from the study that was conducted on two groups, one was asked to have a healthy snack, while the other had to take an unhealthy snack. Making them count the number of swallows, it was noticed that this method was helping be satisfied quickly.
Researchers say, “Monitoring healthy foods could actually be counterproductive to the goal of eating a healthier diet. So the secret to success is learning when to monitor your eating”.
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