Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

5 OF THE BEST; Diet Tips for Lazy Types

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

5 OF THE BEST; Diet Tips for Lazy Types

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1 EAT SLOWLY: THERE is some truth in the old adage that your brain takes up to 20 minutes to actually register when your stomach is full.

Researchers at the University of Rhode Island found slower eaters are less likely to be overweight, and on average consume 10 per cent less calories than speedy eaters.

Slower eating also brings with it the benefit of improved digestion.

2 REMOVE THE JUNK: IF you're a self-professed lazy person and you've got junk food close to hand, it's inevitable that you'll choose it over cooking a nutritious meal. The solution is a simple one - remove all of the junk food from your house.

TV Tucking watch telly see you 3 BUY PRE-CHOPPED FRUIT AND VEG: WHILST more expensive, these time saving marvels are a godsend for lazy cooks, and will have you eating healthily in no time.

They also make for a fantastic healthy snack, with zero preparation time required.

4 GET A SMALLER PLATE: IN 2011 the nutrition journal Appetite published the thrillingly-titled article 'The mathematical relationship between dishware size and portion size'. …

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