I’ve heard recommendations before that if you want to lose a little weight, try eating with chopsticks. You’ll grab smaller portions to chew and let your brain feel fuller faster by taking more time, and if you’re not very good at using them in the first place that’s a challenge on its own. Being a native お箸 (ohashi; chopstick) user myself, this isn’t a great tip for Asian folks (or non-Asian chopstick experts). This is where ES Corp’s tin chopsticks come in.
ES Corp has come to the rescue with a unique set of chopsticks made from 100% tin, which are malleable enough to shape shift while attempting to grab food. They’re recommended for special occasions to spur conversation, concentration exercise and dieting, and to ultimately appreciate the nearly perfected, standard chopsticks. When you’re done using the tin chopsticks, you can either use your hands or a rubber mallet to straighten them.
At $50 and $88 for two sets it’s not a steal, but it’s a unique product that would be fun to try with a friend.
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I’ve been overweight all my life and tried so many things. Different things work for different people and I was lucky enough to find one that worked for me. I lost 25 pounds in one month without any exercise and it has been a life changer. I’m a little embarrased to post my before and after photos here but if anyone actually cares to hear what I’ve been doing then I’d be happy to help in any way. Just shoot me an email at [email protected] and I’ll show you my before and after photos, and tell you about how things are going for me with the stuff I’ve tried. I wish someone would have helped me out when I was struggling to find a solution so if I can help you then it would make my day