Weight Loss

Trick Your Brain into Losing Weight

Contrast between your food and your plate

Losing weight is 90% about diet and 10% about exercise. The more food you gobble down; the more nutrients you fail to digest.

How does this affect you?

Well, all those nutrients are broken down into fats and stored in your body.

And in time, fat cells beings to build up not only around your midsection, but they surround your arteries and organs as well.

However, shedding off that extra weight can be done easily by making a few simple changes to your daily eating habits.

That sounds good in theory, but in practice not so much – cravings dominate us fairly easily. However, you can avoid giving in to these cravings by tricking your mind.

I can teach you how to effectively and successfully manipulate your brain to control your eating habits.

Follow these tricks and you’ll enjoy your beach body in no time:

Switch colors


Scientists have revealed that if the color of your food matches that of the plate, you will tend to eat up to 30% more than you need to.

This makes you believe that the portion is smaller than it actually is.

Look at the following color contrast to get a sense of this effect…

Therefore, the higher the color contrast between your food and your plate, the more likely you are to eat a proper amount instead of binging.

This isn’t something you will think about; your mind will just realize that you don’t need another serving.

You don’t even need to rely on willpower not to overeat because the color of the plate is helping your mind make the decision for you.

This trick is also beneficial when you switch to healthy, light meals like the one in the image.

Your brain will be tricked into thinking this portion is fulfilling even if you’re used to eating double the amount.

Extra Tip: Use blue color plates like the one in the image to reduce your appetite.

You can also use a blue tablecloth.

Avoid red, orange, and yellow colored plates because they boost up your appetite.

Related: Secrets of Nutrition: The Cornerstone Of Losing Weight


Size matters


Research showed that a shift from 12-inch plates to 10-inch plates resulted in a 22% decrease in calories.

Assuming the average dinner is 800 calories, this simple change would result in an estimated weight loss of more than 10 pounds over the course of one year.

How is this possible?

It’s all thanks to a powerful optical effect known as the Delboeuf Illusion.

How does this work? It’s all based on the principle of contrast: things are smaller when you compare them to larger things.

So, if you have a small piece of food on a large plate, your mind will think you’re eating a small portion and you will automatically add more food to your plate.

However, when you put the same amount of food on a small plate, your mind will automatically tell you that you are eating a large portion and you’ll stop adding food to your plate.

Look at the image above, there is the same portion of food on each plate.

But if you choose to put the serving on the larger plate, you will feel like you are depriving yourself of food.

Meanwhile, the same portion feels bigger and more filling when you see it on a small plate.

As you can see, these are simple tricks that have been scientifically proven to work.

They are a massive game-changing hack that will ease up your weight loss process.

Furthermore, since you will get used to eating less, your body will stop spending a lot of energy transforming nutrients into fats.

Instead, it will absorb them making you feel more vibrant and focused.

Related: Regain Your Vitality with Guarana


Combine these mental tricks with a regular exercise schedule and you will see improvements.

Your body is like a temple. If you respect and provide it with healthy and proper amounts of food it will thrive.

What do you think about these brain manipulation techniques? Are you eager to try them?

Tell me what you’ve noticed and click the LIKE button if you’ve enjoyed this email.

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To your health!

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