The Eat Fit Cutlery Set Encourages Controlled Portions

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 10, 2011 • References: thecheeky & neatorama
The type of food one chooses to consume is most important, but serving sizes can also ultimately have an impact a person's weight. The Eat Fit cutlery set helps to curb a person's consumption simply by making a challenge of lifting his spoon.

The Cheeky Shop came up with this clever solution to overeating, serving up heavy 1 kilogram forks, knives and spoons, with dessert utensils weighing double at 2 kilograms. The repetitions involved with lifting food from plate to mouth begin to actually tire the user, providing more incentive to end a meal early or as soon as your stomach is satisfied.

Designed to look like tiny dumbbells, the Eat Fit cutlery set makes its purpose known, becoming the first step to adopting better habits surrounding diet and exercise alike. Stats for Free Weight Forks Trending: Older & Chilly
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