Time-Delayed Eating Leads to Better Food Choices
Want to improve your diet? Try time-delayed eating – ordering (or at least choosing) your food long before you plan to eat it.
A series of experiments at Carnegie Mellon University found that when there was a significant delay between the time a person ordered their food and the time they planned on eating it, they chose lower-calorie meals.
What was interesting, researchers said, was that the participants were not making a conscious choice to order less. Most didn’t even realize they were choosing lower-calorie options.
Why not give it a try….
Meal plan for your lunches during the week
On the days you go out for lunch, look at the menu an hour before you go and order it so it’s ready when you arrive
Read more here
To learn more about meal planning, come out to our next nutrition clinic –
“Plan, Prep, Portion and Pack”
Be prepared! We will give you the tools and teach you how to apply them so you can be successful in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. You will also learn how to make a “mason jar salad” and take one home with you.
Saturday, August 20 @ 10 am – Virginia Garden Organic Grocery Store at the Virginia Beach Farmers Market
Cost – $40 (includes supplies for mason jar salad) Only 8 seats available!