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6 Weird Diet Tricks That Actually Work

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When it comes to diet and weight loss, we don’t mind trying out world’s bizarre and weird tricks which promise to show un-achieved results. If you agree with it, here are some tips you are going to love.1

1. Make Your Breakfast The Biggest Meal

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Limit yourself to 700 calories at breakfast, 500 at lunch, and 200 at dinner. People who eat bigger breakfasts shed around 18 pounds by the end of the year.

2. Tie A Ribbon Around Your Tummy

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Wonder why those Mademoiselles are so elegantly lean; they also credit the ribbon for their slender figure. French women used to tie a ribbon around their stomach before meals or feasts. This way, they were constantly aware of amount of food they are eating, and stop when the ribbon gets tight around their belly.

3. Hang A Mirror In The Opposite Wall Of Your Dining Table

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Eating in front of the mirrors makes you aware of your goals and inner-standards and satiate yourself to only one-third of your meal.

4. Stick To Wrapped Candy

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Way better than sticks, though they are delicious too. But imagine the amount of sugar you consume with each stick. Still can’t give up on your favorite strawberry candy sticks? Stick to wrapped candies and reduce the damage.

5. Light A Vanilla-Scented Candle After Dinner

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The aroma of the vanilla candles can dampen your desire to eat dessert after dinner. You can also wear vanilla-scented patches on your arm to smell the dessert you are not going to eat now.

6. Surround Yourself With Blue

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And not with reds, yellows, and greens. Several studies show that blue acts as a craving depressant and appetite suppressant.

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CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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