If you’ve ever found yourself eating from a tray of sweets just because they were sitting right beside you, then you’ve experienced firsthand the power of convenience.
In virtually every area of life, we are more likely to do something if it’s convenient, and less likely if it’s not. And the amount of time, energy and decision making required by an action seems to be what tips the convenience scales.
So what if we could use this knowledge to strengthen healthy eating habits and squash ones that are no longer serving us? The good news is that we can, and once you know what to look for it’s actually quite simple. [Read more…]