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6. Hara Hachi Bu

6. Hara Hachi Bu

Hara Hachi Bu translates to "eat until you are 80 % full". The principle behind Hara Hachi Bu is to stop eating before feeling completely full, which allows the body to better digest food and avoid overeating.

Benefits of practicing Hara Hachi Bu are

  • improved digestion
  • weight management
  • better nutrient absorption
  • reduced risk of various chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and obesity

By eating mindfully and stopping before reaching fullness, individuals are more likely to consume a balanced and appropriate amount of food, leading to better overall health outcomes.

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In this video, Jim Kwik (author of "Limitless") discusses seven Japanese techniques and philosophies to overcome laziness and improve productivity. It offers a great starting point for further research on each of these concepts.

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