Your Food May Be Less Fattening Than It Appears

Your Food May Be Less Fattening Than It Appears

Goggles that distort the perceived size of the food on your plate are the latest weapon in the Man vs. Food battle of the bulge. The high-tech specs were invented by Japanese scientists and are designed to fool the brain and stomach into thinking that more food has been consumed than actually has been, according to a report in the British paper the Telegraph.

It’s almost literally a case of your eyes being bigger than your stomach. The goggles are linked to a came

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