World Lens — Week in Review: June 5

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Japanese Diet Glasses Seek to Slim Waists

Ever wish that carrot was a cookie? Or that your small sandwich was supersized? Now, researchers from the University of Tokyo have developed devices that trick the senses into being satisfied with smaller and less appealing foods. Experiments showed that people wearing the devices consumed 10 percent less food when the device made the food appear much larger.

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