Mindless Eating Author: Brian Wansink, PH.D. Founded the Cornell University Food and Brand Lab in 1997. Does the word “Diet” pretty much mean “Die” with a “t” on the end to you? According to Dr. Wansick, “The best diet is the one you don’t know you’re on.” . Deprivation Diets.
Founded the Cornell University Food and Brand Lab in 1997
Don’t work for 3 reasons:
#1 Our body fights against them
#2 Our brain fights against them
#3 Our day-to-day environment fights against them
We all love to eat!
* Think 20% less when dishing out your food, for fruits and vegetables, think 20% more.
* “Clean plate notion” is powerful
External Cues that signal us to eat: “t” on the end to you?
*Serve yourself on smaller plates
and taller glasses
*Move visible food and if it can’t
be moved, move around it.
the “Hide the See-Food” Diet
-Leads you to eat
-Leads you to not pay attention to how much you eat
-Leads you to eat for too long
20 oz. Coke=2.5 servings
“ “t” on the end to you?Microthinking” can joylessly grind a person down