Food and the Brain: Hunger Satisfaction

Food and the Brain: Hunger Satisfaction

This is a guest blog post by Jennifer Lee, Ph.D. The regulation of how much we eat and drink is a constant battle for many of us.  Our brains and bodies use a combination of signals to indicate “fullness”: sensory … Continue reading

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Mindful Chewing: How To Cut Your Calorie Intake in Half – Without Feeling Hungry

Mindful Chewing: How To Cut Your Calorie Intake in Half – Without Feeling Hungry

This is a guest blog post by Daniel Koontz Everyone knows that there are enormous health and dietary benefits to eating more slowly. In this post, I’ll talk about a laughably easy technique you can use to help you cut … Continue reading

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6 Food Myths

6 Food Myths

Image via Wikipedia A great piece from the New York Times this weekend covers some food myths that have been ingrained in our collective minds for years. The article is written by six experts in their respective fields, though the … Continue reading

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