Looking for ways to exercise portion control? Check out this dinnerware designed to lend a helping hand. Halved dinnerware cleverly reminds you to eat less.
We know we should eat reasonably-sized portions, so why don’t we? Matt Wallaert, a scientist and behavioral psychologist who studies why we make the food choices we do, shared some valuable tidbits recently when he was interviewed by NPR’s Renee Montagne.
Workaholic habits and society standards have pushed many Americans to settle into eating restaurant meals on a regular basis. At what point did we go wrong in passing down the tradition of cooking from home and eating as a family?
It is very easy to misjudge portion sizes. We get super-sized portions while dining out and most of us do not take the time to measure out what a true [ … ]
We are a society being weighed down (literally) by the bigger is better motto. It’s pretty hard to miss the enormous portions you are served at restaurants and even harder [ … ]