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A Solid Plan to Conquer Clutter in Your Kitchen

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Story at-a-glance -

  • People who struggle with clutter are 77 percent more likely to be overweight or obese
  • Eating in a chaotic environment may encourage you to eat more sweets
  • The first step to de-cluttering your kitchen is to visualize the kitchen you want and write down your wishes (such as “I want a kitchen that’s cozy and inviting for family meals”)

By Dr. Mercola

Is clutter the bane of your existence? Stacks of paper, piles of toys, shelves overflowing with knick-knacks, drawers stuffed to the brim — all of these may contribute to your stress levels and, in turn, encourage a poor diet and weight gain.

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