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10 Weight Loss Tips for the Willpower-Challenged

Post Pictures of Healthy Fare

Sticking magazine photos of delicious, healthy foods where you’ll see them often -- on the fridge, in your wallet and near the TV, for example -- acts like positive, subliminal advertising, reprogramming your brain so you crave those foods instead of unhealthy fare, says Kersting. Turns out if you see a certain food repeatedly in a photo or on a plate, your brain starts releasing dopamine, making you crave what you keep seeing, say researchers at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

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