You Can Trick Your Brain into Feeling Full


By Molly Clifton

Researchers gave one group of volunteers a small portion of food.

A second group was shown a large portion, but then given less food without anyone knowing.

Even though both groups ate the same amount, those who thought they had a larger portion stayed full longer.


A British study tricked people into thinking they were full.

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