I always enjoy opening my chocolate cabinet and inhaling deeply even if I don't plan on eating it. Usually just a deep breath of chocolate "fumes" is enough to curb my desire. Now I apply that to all my foods--inhale deeply before eating. Half the delight of eating is the smell.
Your tongue only can pick up on bitter, salty, sour or sweet tastes, so the rest is up to your olfactory senses. We are able to distinguish blueberries from strawberries, for instance, because of the odor molecules. 70-75% of what we perceive as taste is actutally from our olfactory senses.
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So you're in the middle of this excercise video, and you're out of breath, you really can't breathe, and you want to stop- WELL don't stop! What you can do? Pause the video! And Lower yourself to the floor doggie, table, or plank style, ( arms straight, knees bent).
Just try to inhale and exhale slowly, suck in your abs and inhale through your nose as deeply as possible, then let it all out through your mouth. It always helps me when I close my eyes for just a few seconds and try to take it all in and then release it.
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