The home remedies to lose weight fast without exercise.
Exercise and diet are two painful processes of losing weight. As a result, people find other alternatives to losing weight without effort.
There are many ways one can use to escape from obesity. In fact, the internet is flooded with thousands of books that talk about losing weight. But not all of those books are reliable.
However, some scientific studies found some ways to effortlessly lose weight. Take the following research findings:
1. Look at loads of food images
A recent study found that, while a few pictures of food ignite food craving, looking at loads of pictures of food deteriorates appetite. This finding may be the best home remedies to lose weight fast without exercise.
Professor Ryan Elder, the study’s first author concluded:
“In a way, you’re becoming tired of that taste without even eating the food.
It’s sensory boredom – you’ve kind of moved on. You don’t want that taste experience anymore.”
2. Play Tetris
Another study found that playing virtual games like Tetris (and the like) can reduce cravings for food. The effect of playing this type of games is also found on cigarette and alcohol drinking.
People who play Tetris and/or candy crash have a lesser appetite for food, cigarette, and alcohol.
The psychologists suspect that this type of games might have distracted people visually which in turn diminishes their cravings.
Professor Jackie Andrade, one of the authors of the study concluded:
“Episodes of craving normally only last a few minutes, during which time an individual is visualising what they want and the reward it will bring.
Often those feelings result in the person giving in and consuming the very thing they are trying to resist.
But by playing Tetris, just in short bursts, you are preventing your brain creating those enticing images and without them the craving fades.”
If you are struggling to lose your weight, these two techniques would be your best home remedies to lose weight fast without exercise.
I’m a licensed psychometrician, author, and blogger. I’m currently working as a University instructor teaching psychology. I love writing and doing psychological research.