Change these two habits to live a fat free life.
If you're trying to lose weight, you focus more on what you eat, rather than where and how you eat. According to a new study by Ohio State University, the make up of your food may be even more important than how often you eat.
According to research, people who don't watch TV while eating are 37 percent less likely to be obese compared to people who have always been glued to their screens during dinner.
What's more, people who always cook at home have a 26 percent lower risk of obesity than people who eat little or no home-cooked meals. The study found that those who always cooked at home and never ate in front of the TV had a 47 percent lower risk of obesity. Although researchers have not been able to prove cause-and-effect relationships, recent research shows that both of these factors can play an important role in weight control.
First, eating food in front of the TV drowns out the sound of your chewing, which can lead to overeating, according to research from Brigham Young and Colorado Universities.
So tune in to your food instead of your TV, researchers say. The more you focus on absorbing food, the less likely you are to eat more. In addition, people who cook food at home tend to consume fewer calories, fat, and sugar, according to a study from John Hopkins University. You are less likely to resort to frozen foods and fast foods.
Therefore, even if you don't usually spend a lot of time in the kitchen, try cooking at home to know exactly what your food is made of. Think about how much time you spend in front of the TV or at the computer or aimlessly scrolling through your social media feeds? Change your habits and change your weight. Good luck!
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