The Harvard Study That'll Shock You: 5 Ways to Think Yourself Thin

I do a lot of talking (and writing and thinking!) on being attentive. It can help you feel happier; it can help you become better at everything.

it can make you eat less; it can help you control both your menstrual cycle and your digestion; and it can help you become better at everything.

And just the act of thinking can make a difference in how much weight you lose. There is nothing else about your behavior that has to be altered on your part. And the following is how:

In the year 2010, Ellen Langer, a psychologist at Harvard, had a wacky idea: she thought that your thinking may alter the results of your workout and your health.

In order to examine its effectiveness, she recruited 84 female hotel maids or room ,

Attendants from seven different establishments and randomly assigned them to one of two groups.

The Harvard study that will shock you the most is entitled "5 Ways to Think Yourself Thin."