There is still no precise explanation as to why some individuals are left-handed and other right-handed. However, many studies agree that it could be a genetic condition, for example, if there are precedents of left-handedness in the family.
It is obvious that we are not born left-handed or right-handed, but we become so during early childhood, influenced by genetics and the conditions in which we grow up.
By laterality we mean the superiority of one of the two sides of our body with respect to the other, especially with regard to skill and strength.
Most people have only one dominant side and few ambidextrous people, that is, with a mixed ability.
This was a brief explanation of being left-handed but today’s theme is the opposite. In fact, we are here to take advantage of the fact that we are not
If you are left-handed instead of using the right as the main hand, you should consider the post title in reverse: in your case it will be useful for you to use the right hand instead of the left.
The news is the following: if when we eat with the right hand, or in any case the usual hand, we tend to consume more calories than when, instead, we bring the food to the mouth with the other hand. This is demonstrated by a study published in the scientific journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Researchers have focused on the consumption of popcorn, which is generally eaten while watching a movie at the cinema or at home. By eating them with the left hand, those who generally use the right to eat will consume less of it and vice versa, those who usually use the left will consume less using the right.
This depends on the habits that are formed soon by settling down as absolutely natural and spontaneous. When for some reason they are altered and we are forced for some reason to use the left to eat popcorn we do not work in the same way, but with a greater hindrance in the movements.
Will it be the case to make it more uncomfortable for us to eat, to consume less calories?
Apart for being a busy IT executive, Tito has a passion for cooking for friends and family and is a first class wines connoisseur.