Posts Tagged ‘diet; overeating; obesity; overweight; culture difference; French paradox; obesity rates; palatability; hunger; hunger tolerance; mealtime; distracted eating; eating behavior’
We hear about obesity issues so frequently here in America that, quite honestly, it’s starting to fall on deaf ears. After all, how many times can we be told that we eat too much and don’t exercise enough? But what if we changed the conversation? What if we stopped looking at what we eat and instead focused on why and when and how we eat? What if we looked at other developed countries such as France and noted that while the French eat as much (if not more) saturated fat and desserts as Americans, their obesity rates are significantly different […]
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Tags: diet; overeating; obesity; overweight; culture difference; French paradox; obesity rates; palatability; hunger; hunger tolerance; mealtime; distracted eating; eating behavior
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