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In order to eat less and enjoy your food more, NEVER eat in front of the television or computer. If you are distracted when you eat, you will eat faster, you will eat more and you will not even enjoy your food. Try making your meals a little more important and more of an event during the day. You will end up enjoying your food much more and you will eat slower (which also means you will eat less).

- Scott Malin, co-founder of Dynamics of Motion

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In order to eat less, you have to eat SLOWLY. Try chewing your food at least 50 times. I know that sounds like a lot, but you may actually find you enjoy your food more and eat much less. Plus, in order to unlock the nutrients in your food, it is suggested that you chew your food fully before swallowing it.

- Scott Malin, co-founder of Dynamics of Motion

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QuickFit Tip Of The Day

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Take a day and eat HALF of what you would normally eat, just as an experiment. See how you feel the next day. Sometimes, we don't realize how much we are eating and eating less can reset our appetite so that we are just as happy with less food.

- Scott Malin, co-founder of Dynamics of Motion

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Eat slower. Scarfing down food quickly is one of the easiest ways to overeat. Slow down and allow your body time to process and you will most certainly eat less.

- Cory Brusseau, co-founder of Dynamics of Motion

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Sophia Bush Slams Urban's Anorexia Tee

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One Tree Hill actress Sophia Bush has taken to her blog to blast Urban Outfitters for selling that pro-anorexia shirt with the words "Eat Less" across the chest.

The tee, which stirred up quite the controversy last month, has been pulled from the retailer's website but that didn't stop Sophia from giving them a good tongue-lashing.

Here's what she had to say:

UO,

I have been a supporter of your store for many years, but now I'm through.

I am fortunate enough to star on a wonderful TV show called One Tree Hill. I play a fashion designer named Brooke Davis, who started a campaign on the show called "Zero Is Not A Size" and the outpouring of love and gratitude that came my way from girls and women ALL OVER THE WORLD who have body image issues brought me to tears.

To promote starvation? To promote anorexia, which leads to heart disease, bone density loss, and a slew of other health problems, not least of all psychological issues that NEVER go away? Shame on you. I will no longer be shopping at your stores. And I will encourage the tens of thousands of female supporters I have to do the same. I have fought to boycott BP. I never imagined I would also be boycotting affordable fashion.

You should issue a public apology, and make a hefty donation to a women's organization that supports those stricken with eating disorders. I am sickened that anyone, on any board, in your gigantic company would have voted 'yes' on such a thing, let alone enough of you to manufacture an item with such a hurtful message. It's like handing a suicidal person a loaded gun. You should know better.

I sincerely hope that next time you decide that making fun of serious issues is comedic, or 'snarky in a cool way,' that you rethink your decision.

With Sincerity but NO respect,

Sophia Bush

Here is my letter, in defense of all of us who have ever looked in a mirror and felt less than fabulous…

Way to let 'em have it Sophia!

What do U think of her blog entry???

[Image via Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.]

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"Eat Less" Shirt Pulled From Urban's Website

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Let the backlash begin!

Urban Outfitters "Eat Less" shirt mysteriously went missing from their website after word got out that they may or may not be promoting anorexia.

But that doesn't mean they've stopped selling it completely because they're still available in Urban's retail stores! One store said the shirt was available, but only in larger sizes.

Inneresting.

What do U think? Should stores pull the shirt completely???

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Urban Outfitters Promoting Anorexia???

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Deja vu!

Retailer Urban Outfitters has debuted a new t-shirt on their website and it's causing quite the controversy!

Some are saying that the "Eat Less" t-shirt promotes bad body image and eating disorders while others say that it's simply just a shirt.

As for Urban, the description reads:

"Eat less or more or however much you'd like in this seriously soft knit tee cut long and topped with a v-neck."

Thoughts??

[Image courtesy of Urban Outfitters]

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