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Mindless Eating Why We Eat More Than We Think MOBI ☆

This book will literally change the way you think about your next meal Food psychologist Brian Wansink revolutionizes our awareness of how much what and why we’re eating—often without realizing it His findings will astound you • Can the size of your plate really influence your appetite?• Why do you eat when you dine with friends?• What “hidden persuaders” are used by restaurants and supermarkets to get us to overeat?• How does music or the color of the room influence how much—and how fast—we eat?• How can we “mindlessly” lose—instead of gain—up to twenty pounds in the coming year? Starting today you can make mindful enjoyable and healthy choices at the dinner table in the supermarket at the office—wherever you satisfy your appetite


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    I fear of dying from hunger It’s a very unreasonable fear because what are my chances of dying from hunger? Yet this is what I must fear because each time my dinner arrives I eyeball it cautiously wondering whether it is enough All sorts of food sharing events are a particular torture because I'm a slow eater so the food is usually gone when I'm barely starting to eat So I stuff my face I barely chew because I worry that everybody will walk away full and satisfied and I will be left hungry There is no plausible explanation for this Yes I did grow up in communism but it was Poland not North Korea I never had to go to bed without dinner I didn't have to fight a litter of brothers and sisters at the table in fact I only have a younger sister whose favourite food was cauliflower Oh I do truly live in the here and now I think every meal I eat is at the same time my first and my last one I pay for it with those extra pounds I so desperately try to run off jogging at 6am by the canals I don't turn heads quite the way I used and it saddens me But it doesn't sadden me anywhere near as much as the thought that I have to eat everything today because there will be no food tomorrowBrian Wansink in ‘Mindless Eating’ talks about people like me but also people like you the normal kind The kind who thinks they are in control of what and how much they eat it But you lot you’re no better than me If someone gives you free five day old stale popcorn with a movie ticket you will eat that You will eat that and the box size will be the only criteria of how much food you need Give you a small plate – that’s your portion Give you a bigger one – that’s your portion too Give you your food in a bucket well that’s how much you’ll eat We need to clean our plate Let's not throw away food It's a sin And what about those starving children in Africa? Let's eat because they can'tWansink maintains we make about 200 food related decisions a day He is a scientist with good methodology so let’s believe him This is a lot of decisions Who has the time to make 200 right decisions a day? And he proves beyond doubt that even the people who think they know or even know they know still don’t know or fully control how much they eat You think you’re so smart but some Sade from the speakers in a restaurant will make you order a dessertGosh are you hungry? You weren't even hungry before but I started talking about food and now you want to eat You want a brownie and spaghetti and sushi pumpkin soup and a burger I will show you my food and then I will close the door and let the thought of that food slowly burn in your brain When you finally break and come begging me for that food you will eat almost twice as much as you would have if I weren't such a tease and just gave it to when I first showed you If it says low fat it means you can eat all you want If it says something vaguely healthy on the packaging again you can eat as much as you want of it and also believe it will cure cancer That’s your brain on foodThere are so many fantastic facts and experiments in this book some you can even try at home Read it so you can learn what a fool you are Me I'm fine As long as I can somehow convince myself there will still be food tomorrow