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When you dine out, do you have the tendency to over-indulge?
According to a study, when people had a to-go bag before eating their meal they tended to not overeat, even when the participants' food portion size was increased. People in the study who did not have the to-go present during their meal were found to eat larger portions and had trouble controlling their overeating.
If you do not want to ask about a to-go bag, The Doctors suggest sharing an entree. Both of these restaurant hacks will help cut down on the amount of food you eat, as well as your bill.
Also in the video above, find out what the panel thinks about the idea of giving yourself a pep talk before a meal. Could this also help with overeating?