Easy Weight Loss Secret
I’m always looking for new weight loss tips for my clients, and what better place to look than science?
Scientists have had a lot of things to say about weight loss over the years. We still hear stories on the news about the effectiveness of diets, or the health risks of certain foods. If you’re like me, this information tends to get overwhelming and a bit confusing at times.
But there’s still a lot of valuable information that comes out of it all. I’ve found that psychology can be particularly valuable, because when it comes down to it, weight loss and dieting are all about behaviors.
And in order to effectively lose weight, you have to get your behaviors in check. This includes both dieting and exercise.
A new study from the Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology has revealed some important information about our behaviors that may just help you get a bit closer to your weight loss goals!
We’ve all heard it before – when it comes to the fridge, we’re more likely to eat items at the front, so placing the junk food at the back of the fridge can actually help us make better food choices.
But this new study suggests that there’s another factor at play – whether food is placed in the middle or at the sides.