Fat Habit 7: You’re a distracted diner
Slim Solution: If you eat and do anything else at the same time, you’ve got a seriously bad habit to address. There’s significant research
showing that adults and children who have the most screen time, (computer, smart phones, videos, TV) are more likely to be
overweight or obese.
Studies show that distracted eaters gobble up to 100% more after a meal compared to mindful eaters, and those who watch TV and eat consume 20 to 100% more calories compared to individuals who eat without distractions. When the brain is distracted, it takes significantly more calories to get the same level of satiety. Power down and focus on your food.