Step 32: Using Smaller Cutlery To Help You Lose Weight
If giving yourself smaller portions isn’t for you, try smaller spoonfuls instead. Consider ‘downsizing’ your cutlery. The effect of this is that you eat more slowly, you won’t have as much time to eat as before and you’re more likely to lose interest in your meal.
I’d now like you to search the internet for “Use smaller spoon to lose weight.” You’ll probably see some interesting results. If not included in these results, also try searching for “Teaspoon diet.” Use the PDF attachment to record at least 6 reasons why downsizing your cutlery can help with weight loss.
If you’ve already started working your way through the 52 Steps and need to pick up where you left off, you can find the full list of Steps below.