James Clear a behavioral psychologist, explained two concepts of good eating habits C LESSON Architecture and and Design nvironmental . is said to eat and drink in proper proportion and live longer, essentially smaller plates and tall glasses needed .
eating habits and proportions of food intake in today’s world are very important due to the growing problem of obesity. Children are trapped in home video games playing all day, gulping fried fatty foods. Poor eating habits really affect our life expectancy. consumer market today is all about big, bright and bulky. Even in restaurants look great proportions to feel satisfied, you end up spending more money. Logically, before tasting the food, which “test” with our eyes and make our selection. Now our eyes can often play tricks and easily we deceive. But eating healthy foods and in the right proportion, can actually deceive their own eyes
Brian Wansink is a professor at Cornell University and has completed a number of studies how the environment shapes their food choices. Most of these ideas have come from his popular book, Mindless Eating ( audiobooks ) .
Small Plates live longer
sometimes controlling the size of your plate may help control the amount of food you eat . Of Wansink According to a study by and his research team If you’ve made a simple change and serve dinner dishes 10 inches instead of 12-inch plates, 22% less food is eaten during the course of next year . believe that by putting less food on our plates that will actually eat less, but that’s not the case. A larger plate has more area and a small portion is even smaller in a large bowl. The same portion in a small dish will look like actually going to be enough on their plate. This is called Delboeuf Illusion . In addition, studies show that people eat 92% of the food they serve themselves. Take two identical parts, one on a large plate and another on a small plate. Psychologically, the portion will be small compared with the area of the plate and therefore, we believe it is not enough food. Whereas, the same portion in a small dish will be more in quantity due to the fact that it covers more area in the small dish.
Ideally, there must always be some space left in the stomach. The idea of eating is not gorging
Some tricks to avoid over eating that could help maintain the ideal ratio of meals: -.
Use the rule “Half Plate” –
fill half the plate, a small dish, with vegetables and fruits. Then add the rice and meat according to that restriction
Use High Contrast Plates with food color –
W hen color matches the color plate of food, they tend to eat more . This is because the brain has difficulty distinguishing the size of the portion of the plate. So using black dark green or blue is good to serve pasta or potatoes or rice. . However, it is not good for leafy greens and
Bring healthy food in the foreground –
Keep nuts, fruits, vegetables on the top shelf of the refrigerator Wrap salads in plastic wrap or plastic wrap and chips and other sides unhealthy in foil. or smaller containers. So while a sandwich for lunch you more likely to go to the fruit or salad and not the companion package Lay (must be kept secret) eating. is the old saying, “out of sight, out of mind!” the idea is that your eyes will not be able to fool this time .
chew food more –
If you chew your food well, it will give your brain enough to realize time when they are full . If you eat fast and chew food properly, your brain will not be able to catch the point where you should stop and will end up eating more than you should.
tall glasses of living longer
the amount of the dumping or consumed beverage is affected by our perception of glass are pouring in. Looking at the size of the cup you look at the height and width not. This happens because of vertical-horizontal illusion . Usually we drink 20% less than a rangy than a short wide glass. A small glass is thought to contain less liquid than a tall glass, regardless of equal amounts of liquid in each, depending on its size. Studies show that we can actually pour 70% more fluid and take a 20-30% short glass width due to size.
Reduce Alcohol and soda intake –
Use a tall, thin glass rather than a short wide glass. I firmly believe that no mortal sin be committed if you drink your whiskey in a tall, thin glass. Also reducing alcohol intake will certainly help you live longer! The brain deceives into thinking that the highest glass contains more alcohol and is therefore more filling, but not really .
like it or not, the proportions are important. A balanced diet is not only green leafy vegetables, but the way they share our nutrient intake. Some visual tricks can make us eat healthy, drink more water and less alcohol and generally increase our chances of living longer. Therefore, if you are passing packets of crisps and sugary pastries, a small redesign your kitchen environment could be the key to a healthier lifestyle. This not only will get good food and drink habits, but also to improve their overall body health.
Being fit is not just about slogging in the gym and then devour it Kentucky Fried Chicken . Being fit is be cautious about food and about life. saying goes, “Go big or go home”, so in this case, small and tall is the ultimate way for you to live longer!