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It's often been said that eyes can be bigger than bellies and
that a smaller full plate helps people eat less. This is
because of the optical illusion of a helping of food being
smaller than it appears.
Moreover, on being confronted with a long straight road
ahead of one, one may feel discouraged
Enter the Magnifying Glass Diet And Exercise Programme.
The person wishing to lose weight and become healthier
and fitter, three separate but often associated aims, dons a
pair of magnifying spectacles which make their meal look
bigger, eats said dinner and then embarks on a brisk post-
prandial perambulation to burn off the kilojoules, to a
location which is in fact more distant than it looks, thereby
reducing calorific intake while increasing offburniness.
Furthermore, these glasses should magnify the wearers'
eyes to look to others to be larger than their bellies.
Corsets could help here.
A final benefit could be the provision of lamps behind the
glasses in order to allow the dieter to bake/incinerate
their prospective food, thereby further reducing its usable
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||This may very well be the best idea I've read here on this page. [+]
||What [MaxwellBuchanan] said - teeeny tiny bun
||How about IoT blue light bulbs? I read that fast food
companies use warm colors like red at the restaurants to
get people to eat faster. If I remember it was 1/3 faster.
So having one of those already existing color change
lightbulbs and setting it to blue might make people eat
||One should need absolutely no extra reason whatsoever to wear a corset.
||I heard about a commune where people "broke set" for
taking acid by dyeing food blue. They later continued to do
it when they realised it cut their food bills because nobody
wanted to eat it.