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Category: Food Psychology
January 31, 2019
More celebrity advice that should be refuted then ignored.
December 7, 2018
Over-the-top reaction to a moderate statement about offering the option of six french fries and a small salad in addition to the available size offerings belies the societal problem of how we have normalized junk food.
August 24, 2018
If you like coconut oil, use it. If you do not, then don’t. But do not overhype it claiming it is either a superfood (there are none) or The Great “Toxin” (of which it is not).
June 29, 2018
Is there any science supporting intermittent fasting as a means of reducing disease? Not from this fluff piece.
December 8, 2017
Big Food marketing machine has convinced parents on the merits of their swill, now normalized and convenient for your children’s increasing consumption.
October 11, 2017
Childhood obesity rates continue to climb thanks in part to slick marketing and the normalization of the subsequent obesogenic environment it created
September 25, 2017
Normalizing pizza days in school leads to this life-challenging dilemma. We have truly lost it on so many levels
August 23, 2017
Yes, breakfast is important for children but Kellog’s selection-biased “study” is pure marketing disguised as science
June 26, 2017
School junk food bans may be having a positive health outcome but data source is limited by self-reporting bias
June 12, 2017
Biggest Loser producer’s comments exemplify fat-shaming attitude so destructive to people with obesity