Try intuitive eating to break the diet cycle

TORONTO — Diet. Cheat. Give up. Repeat.

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22/1/2022 6:00:00 AM

Try intuitive eating to break the diet cycle

TORONTO — Diet . Cheat. Give up. Repeat.

“Dieters show cognitive differences in how they view things,” said Dr Polivy, now a professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. “It’s not just being on a diet per se. It’s these chronic dieters who are always on and off diets. It becomes part of their identity.”

In a series of experiments involving milkshakes and pudding, Dr Polivy and Dr Herman discovered that dieters reacted differently to foods from those who are not on a diet.In another group of studies, participants were given dishes of chocolate pudding before tasting sandwiches. In one round, the participants were told what they were eating: Either a decadent 600-calorie pudding or a diet-conscious 300-calorie pudding. In another round, the researchers switched the bowls but lied about the calorie count.

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