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Multiple pieces of food are more rewarding than an equicaloric single piece of food - This is an interesting study. Basically the idea is that if you had a piece of food and you cut it up into multiple pieces and eat it, this would be make you fuller than if you were to eat it just as a single piece. “The study suggests that humans and animals use number as a cue to judge quantities of food, with larger numbers usually associated with larger quantities. Therefore, a food portion cut into multiple, bite-sized pieces may perceptually look more and therefore elicit greater satiation than the same portion presented as a single, large piece.” Pretty fascinating stuff.
Scallop with Mustard Miso Sauce – This just looked really good. Jaden at Steamy Kitchen always puts out amazingly simple and delicious recipes.
How Goals and Good Intentions Can Hold Us Back - “Revel in the process and you’re more likely to make it to the finishing line.” Great advice for those who are goal obsessed.
The Great Health Care Rip Off of the 21st Century - This quote pretty much sums it up, “ Do we really want to continue to live in a world where the oversupply and marketing of tobacco, alcohol, unhealthy processed foods, and soft drinks is tolerated simply to allow continuing profits for the shareholders of the transnational corporations producing and distributing them, while the taxpayer funds the health services and pharmaceutical response to the ensuing disease and injury?” What do you think?
Digesting the Most Important Food Politics Book of the Past 50 Years - On Michael Pollan’s Omnivore’s Dilemma. If you haven’t read it, watch the video where some famous chefs and Pollan himself talk about the core concepts of the book.
Simplify - A simple post from Leo at Zen Habits. We think simplification is an essential skill to living healthy in our chaotic world, and Leo offers up some steps to help do just that.