Japan Diet Glasses
Japan Diet Glasses, Can new Japan diet glasses actually trick you into eating less food? Early studies on the prototypes appear to show that the unusual glasses really do work at least on cookies. The University of Tokyo researchers have developed the unusual new goggles.
Basically, the diet glasses actually project a larger image of the food you are eating while keeping the things that are around the food the same size. For instance, if you hold a cookie, the goggles will make it seem 50 percent bigger than it really is, and you are likely to eat 10 percent less according to the Japan research study. This is interesting.
Another thing these diet glasses do is make foods you are eating seem more enticing. For instance, the release smells that make you think you are eating a snack that is much more appetizing than the bland snack you actually eat. Perhaps you could be eating something like a rice cake, but your brain believed it was strawberry shortcake because of the glasses? This could make the food feel more satisfying without indulging in all the extra calories.
Can you believe this? Is weight loss truly an exercise in mind over matter? Perhaps it is for some people, and this new invention could be a huge game changer. Obesity is clearly a problem in the U.S. as well as in other countries around the world, so something like this that is not a pill or invasive surgery could be a good alternative for weight loss. (Examiner)