Fitness Minutes: (13,172)
593 1/11/13 9:19 A
I actually read an article about that yesterday and thought about it for a second then decided no. It sounds like it could help some people, but I don't think it would benefit me as much as the cost would be.
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14,936 1/11/13 8:45 A
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10,868 1/11/13 7:49 A
As as diet gimmicks go, it sounds rather useful and may help people lose weight by building an awareness of how they're eating. It's not a scam diet pill with a placebo affect. I guess if you have a chunk of change sitting around and want it, why not. Personally, I wouldn't waste the money on it. I'd rather buy new running shoes or register for a few classes at my gym.
Fitness Minutes: (68)
21 1/9/13 1:53 P
It would be interesting to eat one meal with a fork like this just so see how I would rate on my eating speed and it might have an influence if it buzzes so much...I'd take note and eat slower. However, no, I would not buy one. Too much money and unattractive dinning ware.
Fitness Minutes: (2,138)
3,071 1/9/13 1:42 P
I think this fork is ridiculous and is just another means of control by the Food Nazis, aka the Health Police. No thank you....
Well, it's a cute gimmick but way too expensive for me! What I used to do starting in high school is to bring my own chopsticks everywhere I ate. Now THAT can slow you down, lets you concentrate on taste and texture more. Plus it freaks out other people, which is always fun!
Fitness Minutes: (723)
93 1/8/13 11:48 P
I am curious if anyone would buy this fork? Would you take it to restaurants with you? Do you think it would actually help you lose wt or at the very least make you eat slower?
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