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Want To Curb A Monster Appetite? Try This…

Here’s a tidbit from my friend, April Morris.  April is a successful entrepreneur and beauty innovator.  You may have seen her on ABC’s Shark Tank recently.  Read on to learn how something as simple as using a certain color can help you suppress your appetite and help you lose weight.

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Of all the colors in the spectrum, blue is an appetite suppressant.

– Put your food on Blue Plates

– Put a blue light in your refrigerator and watchblue bulb

the munchies disappear

– Dye your food blue! (*use safe food coloring

from a grocery store only)

blue plate

Why does it work?

Blue food is a rare occurrence in nature. There are no leafy blue vegetables (blue lettuce?), no blue meats and no blue fruits other than blueberries.

Consequently, we don’t have an automatic appetite response to blue. Furthermore, our primal nature avoids food that are poisonous. A million years ago, when our earliest ancestors were foraging for food, blue, purple and black were “color warning signs” of potentially lethal food.Blue rice

(Rice dyed blue with food coloring with seaweed wrap)

Blue is my new favorite color,

April

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About Kellie R. Stone

Kellie is a women's life purpose visionary, inner journey strategist and Intuitive Energy Healer who received her certification through Karen Coffey an The Hope of Humanity Foundation. As a writer, her articles have been published on Livestrong.com, All Things Chic, Time Finders Magazine, Successful Life and Living, and many other blogs and e-zines. She is also the international best selling co-author of Success In Beauty: Secrets to Effortless Fulfillment and Happiness, as well as the author of Are You Out of Your Freakin’ Mind?…break mental barriers and live from your sacred creative space.

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