Goggles that distort the perceived size of the food on your plate are the latest weapon in the Man vs. Food battle of the bulge. The high-tech specs were invented by Japanese scientists and are designed to fool the brain and stomach into thinking that more food has been consumed than actually has been, according to a report in the British paper the Telegraph. It’s almost literally a case of your eyes being bigger than your stomach. The goggles are linked to a camera and ...

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