Study: Two simple ways to feel full while eating
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A recent study shows there are two ways to feel more satisfied while eating.
Oxford University neuroscience research consultant Dr. Jennifer Newson conducted a two-day experiment for Kellogg's that had women eating breakfast cereals in 10 different "eating contexts".
Among the results, eating from a square bowl rather than a round-shaped bowl left the perception that the food tasted better and they were more nourished. In addition, those who consumed cereal standing up felt fuller than those sitting down.
The study also divulged that having a beverage with your morning meal could negatively affect the taste of the food.
The experiment served 78 women aged 18-65.