I am always looking for eyewitnesses in our cases. Here’s a different take on an eyewitness.
Researchers tell us a way to stop eating junk food. Researchers at Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab scientifically tell us that eating in front of a mirror can effect your taste for junk food. (Health.com)
According to their study of 185 graduate students, watching yourself eat junk food in front of a mirror triggers discomfort. It reminds you of your eating choices.
Their conclusion? If you are looking for a way to lose weight and eat healthier, pick up a new mirror for your dining room or kitchen. It could help you watch what you eat…literally!
And for our pic o’ day, here’s something to remind us about smiling!