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Diet Goggles Serve Food for Thought

Size Matters: Diet Goggles Serve Food for Thought
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Tokyo University scientists are developing what they call “diet goggles” designed to trick dieters into eating less. When worn over the eyes, the goggles digitally enlarge doughnuts and other foods, making consumers feel as though they are full. Photo Credit: kenteegardin via Flickr.

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7:07PM PDT on May 10, 2012

Crazy, weird, stupid and.....oh forget it. Thank Chris.

9:27PM PDT on May 6, 2012

Whats next, how ridiculous

12:09PM PDT on May 1, 2012

An amusing idea.

9:18AM PDT on Apr 25, 2012

Oh my, what a mess we are when it comes to eating. Thanks for the post.

7:23AM PDT on Apr 25, 2012

Aren't humans funny - as in ridiculous? Ah, well this one was good for a laugh this morning.

1:36AM PDT on Apr 25, 2012

I don't think they'll sell well.

5:27PM PDT on Apr 24, 2012

Oh yeah, like people are going to wear those weird, cumbersome goggles. Instead of goggles, how about gaggles? Put one in your mouth before eating and you won't be able to eat.

4:19PM PDT on Apr 24, 2012

I know what their men will use them for :p

4:18PM PDT on Apr 24, 2012

They're just magnifying glasses. Do they really think people are that stupid? Maybe some are.

4:12PM PDT on Apr 24, 2012

What about the people who don't always look at their cookies when they eat them, and really who can eat 12 cookies at once, not unless they are quarter size. Japanese people always come up with something funny. I guess that gives people more choices to diet.

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