A study from the University of Utah says people who use a much larger fork actually eat less.
The answer seems to be “yes,” but some of these things are fairly new to the market.
Here are some ideas to help your holiday battle with the bulge.
Nutrition and dietary professionals can help you make sense of conflicting information and help you figure out what will work with your lifestyle, income and obligations.
I’m trying to increase my vegetables and fruits and cut back on the amount of meat in my meals.
We all know diets do not work. Diets usually mean depriving yourself of something you like.
Combining foods for maximum nutritional value is called by food scientists food synergy. That means the combination of two or more items leads to greater nutrition than any of the items individually.
I’m not advocating we give up meat all together, just that we eat a little less.
There are times when using a sugar substitute is a great idea, even if there may be health risks. The consequences of eating too much sugar can be worse than those posed by exposure to chemicals. But it’s also a good idea to train your sweet tooth away from craving so much sugar.