Video: 7 kitchen habits that will cut your calories
Surprise: How you keep your kitchen can make a big difference in your eating habits.
For example, the lighting in your kitchen, the food you keep out on your counters and even the color of your dinner plates can influence what you eat and how much.
See the simple changes you can make that add up to more mindful eating and fewer mindless calories. The result: A lighter, healthier you.
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