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The surprising psychology of dieting and plate design

You’ve probably heard the idea that using smaller plates and bowls can affect your perception of how much you’re eating, thereby helping you eat less. But how well does it work? A new study sheds ligh... read more

The 21 best science movies and shows streaming on Netflix that will make you smarter

These films and series showcase the beauty of the planet, delve into the details of how food arrives on your plate, and explore the mysterious ... there are episodes about gene editing, dieting, and m... read more

Brown scientist explores the nexus between appetite and psychology

And that is exactly where her new book focuses: at that nexus between appetite and psychology. In its pages ... Take this all with the proverbial grain of salt! This isn’t a diet book, says Herz. But ... read more

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Tonight: Food Facts and Fiction - Part 4: The Great British Diet

In the last of a four-part series on food in Britain, the Tonight programme looks at the "Great British Diet". On ITV at 7.30pm reporter Jonathan Maitland asks what the food we eat as a nation ... bre... read more

From The Eating Lab: Diets Don't Work, But Why?

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The reasons why food tastes better in a bowl than on a plate

Everything else—pasta, casseroles, roast chicken—we ate off of large dinner plates, offset by smaller salad plates ... and bowl food was the diet of the revolution. Part of the appeal of the bowl is t... read more

Plan your meals with the ‘Idaho plate’ method

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Healthy eating: The mind games of supermarkets

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