A recent study by Cornell University revealed that there is a connection between a cluttered, chaotic kitchen and overeating. Researchers discovered that when participants were in the messy kitchen, there was a 40% increase in overeating, in comparison to participants in an orderly kitchen.
If you’re struggling with a cluttered kitchen and battling with your weight, try clearing the counters of clutter except for those items you use every day. Doing so will create open space and may even help to curb overeating.
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