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  • These plates contain same amount of food

    這些盤子裡裝了一樣份量的食物

  • But the portion looks much bigger on the smaller plate.

    但小的盤子的分量看起來比較多

  • So replace large plates with smaller ones and youll end up eating less.

    所以把大盤子換成小盤子這樣你就會吃少一點

  • Don’t reach for snacks using your dominant hand.

    不要用你的慣用手去拿點心

  • Instead, use your non-dominant hand and youll end up eating about 20% less.

    反而是要用你的非慣用手去拿,這樣你就會少吃20%的食物

  • Short wide glasses look like they contain the same amount of liquid as the tall thin one,

    矮胖的杯子看起來跟瘦高的杯子有一樣容量的液體

  • but that’s an illusion, actually, they hold far more.

    但那只是假象,事實上,矮胖的杯子有比較多液體

  • To cut down on drinking, use a tall thin glass.

    為了喝少一點東西,可以使用瘦高的杯子

  • Then there is the power of mirrors.

    鏡子有一種力量

  • In one experiment psychologist Brad Bushman

    心理學家Brad Bushman做了一個實驗

  • Hi, there. I’m Brad Bushman.

    哈囉,我是Brad Bushman

  • Placed both healthy and unhealthy food on a table and asked people to snack away.

    把健康和不健康的食物放在桌上,然後叫大家去拿

  • When he placed a mirror behind the food, they became more self-conscious and ate more healthily.

    當他放一面鏡子在食物後面,他們會比較自覺的選健康的食物

  • So try placing a mirror in your kitchen or on the refrigerator door.

    所以試試擺一面鏡子在廚房或是冰箱的門

  • You consume fewer calories each day if you chew gum when you feel hungry.

    如果你在肚子餓時吃口香糖,這樣子你每天可以攝取較少的卡路里

  • And go for fruit flavored gum because mint flavor makes some healthy food taste strange.

    去買水果口味的口香糖,因為薄荷口味的會讓健康的食物吃起來怪怪的

  • People eat quickly consume more.

    吃快一點的話會吃更多

  • To eat less, just slowdown or perhaps put your fork or spoon down between each bite.

    吃慢一點或是在你吃完一口後就把叉子或湯匙放下

  • Research shows that people eat fewer snacks when theyre served on red plates

    調查指出當人們用紅盤子時會吃得比較少

  • Perhaps because red is associated with stop.

    也許是因為人們會將紅色和停止聯想在一起。

  • Either way when you have the choice go for red plates and BOWLS.

    當你能選擇時,不管是哪一種,去用紅盤子或紅碗

  • You eat more when you watch television and so simply turning off your TV at meal times means you consume up to 50% less.

    當你在看電視時,你會吃的比較多,所以把電視關了後,你就會少吃50%的份量。

  • Just taking a photograph of all of the unhealthy food that you eat

    把你所吃的不健康食物都拍下來

  • will help you cut down on unhealthy eating by around about a third.

    這會幫助你少吃點大約1/3的垃圾食物

  • Whenever we see lots of different varieties of food,

    不管何時當我們看到不同種食物時,

  • were tempted to try some of each.

    我們會想要每種都試試

  • To eat less, serve the same amount of food, but cut down on the variety.

    如果想吃少一點的話,維持一樣的份量,但減少吃的種類。

These plates contain same amount of food

這些盤子裡裝了一樣份量的食物

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