Mindless Eating Why We Eat More Than We Think Epub Download
Description PDF Download Mindless Eating: Why WeEat More Than We Think Full DescriptionThis book will literally change the way you think about your next meal. Foodpsychologist Brian Wansink revolutionizes our awareness of how much, what, andwhy we're eating--often without realizing it. His findings will astound you.- Can thesize of your plate really influence your appetite?- Why do you eat more when you dinewith friends?- What "hidden persuaders" are used by restaurants and supermarkets toget us to overeat?- How does music or the color of the room influence how much--and how fast--we eat?- How can we "mindlessly" lose--instead of gain--up to twentypounds in the coming year?Starting today, you can make more mindful, enjoyable,and healthy choices at the dinner table, in the supermarket, at the office--whereveryou satisfy your appetite.
mindless eating why we eat more than we think epub download
Ultimately, this may help prevent your body from feeling deprived, fend off hunger, and prevent binging or overeating. However, you may need to eat more than 2,000 calories on higher intake days, depending on your age, sex, body size, and activity levels.
In the United States, the prevalence of BED among adults is 3.5 percent in women and 2 percent in men8 based on DSM-IV criteria and may be slightly higher based on DSM-5 criteria.9,10 BED is more common (as high as 30 percent) among obese individuals11,12,13 and has been found to be more prevalent among Hispanic populations than among any other groups defined by race or ethnicity.14,15 BED is typically first diagnosed in young adulthood (early to mid-20s) and symptoms often endure well beyond midlife,16,17 with the general course of illness sometimes including crossover to and from other eating disorders such as bulimia nervosa (BN) and anorexia nervosa (AN).9,18,19 The prevalence of LOC eating in post-bariatric surgery patients and in children is unknown, but may be as high as 25 percent in post-bariatric surgery patients20,21 and 32 percent in children at risk for adult obesity.6