- Studies suggest that seeing food contributes to our enjoyment of it and we may eat less of what we cannot see
- Experts doubt that eating in the dark could be an effective weight loss strategy
- The relationship between seeing and eating could be flipped on its head at restaurants during enjoying dining experiences
(CNN)Here's an experiment to test and tease your senses: Next time your partner or friend is making you dinner, put on a blindfold before the meal is served. How does not being able to see affect your dining experience?