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Mindless eating : why we eat more than we think

Author: Brian Wansink
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2006.
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"Food psychologist Brian Wansink shows why you may not realize how much you're eating, what you're eating--or why you're even eating at all ... He explains the hidden cues that determine how much and why people eat and takes us on a tour of the secret dynamics behind our dietary habits ... This book will change the way you look at food, and it will give you the facts you need to easily make smarter, healthier, more  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Wansink
ISBN: 9780553804348 0553804340
OCLC Number: 69734639
Description: x, 276 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction. The science of snacking --
1. The mindless margin --
2. The forgotten food --
3. Surveying the tablescape --
4. The hidden persuaders around us --
5. Mindless eating scripts --
6. The name game --
7. In the mood for comfort food --
8. Nutritional gatekeepers --
9. Fast-food fever --
10. Mindlessly eating better --
Appendix A. Comparing popular diets --
Appendix B. Defusing your diet danger zones.
Responsibility: Brian Wansink.
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"Food psychologist Brian Wansink shows why you may not realize how much you're eating, what you're eating--or why you're even eating at all ... He explains the hidden cues that determine how much and why people eat and takes us on a tour of the secret dynamics behind our dietary habits ... This book will change the way you look at food, and it will give you the facts you need to easily make smarter, healthier, more mindful and enjoyable choices at the dinner table, in the supermarket, in restaurants, at the office, even at the vending machine--wherever you decide to satisfy your appetite"--From publisher description.

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