And much of this behaviour is learned… which means we can change it, if we want to. Finally, we don’t just behave in isolation — but in response to people around us. Whatever your coping style, it’s probably shaped and reinforced by your relationships. Know…Read More
Our individual coping style can shape our response to nutrition and exercise.
THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FOOD IS PART OF THE PRECISION NUTRITION NETWORK ALL CONTENT © PRECISION NUTRITION OVERVIEW Chia, a tiny seed in the mint family, has had several popularity “booms”. The first was in pre-Columbian times. Chia, which is native to Mexico and Guatemala, was…Read More
The words “slow metabolism” are incredibly overused. As in “I just can’t lose weight anymore; my metabolism has really slowed down.” Or “I’m not like you, I can’t just eat everything I want. Your metabolism’s faster than mine.”Before blaming weight-loss failures on metabolic rates, let’s…Read More
We aren’t “bad” for wanting to soothe ourselves with food. What is bad is that food manufacturers understand neurobiology and psychology, too. They know we’re more likely to crave foods that: are sugary are fatty and creamy are salty are all of the above, simultaneously…Read More
When people pull all-nighters, what happens to their eating patterns? This randomized trial tested how sleep deprivation affects total caloric intake, plus it used fMRI to look at brain mechanisms. Too busy to read the full article? Click here to listen to the audio version…Read More
I would definitely like to see more research into how Zero Calorie drinks and Artificial sweeteners affect taste buds. Gord, PBS. Press release issued: 9 June 2011 New research by academics at the universities of Bristol and Bangor has shown for the first time that…Read More