Content and Editorial Director
Ever notice how that bowl of Jelly Bellies simply disappeared from your desk, and you could swear you never had a single one? Don’t fret, we’ve all been there. And it could actually be a good thing. Because this tendency toward comatose consumption could be used to benefit us instead of bloat us.
Here’s how it works. Perhaps you’re working. Or watching TV. Or engrossed in a good book. Try placing a bowl of fruit or veggies in front of you. Or even a big bowl of undressed greens. Things without stems, seeds, pits and the like work best. Before long, voila, it has somehow disappeared!
Here are some great snacks for merciful mindless munching:
Sliced Bell Pepper
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