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Eating: The Upside Of Slow

When it comes to eating, there are a number of arguments for taking it slow and paying more attention.

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Fast Food Upsizing Children

Children who eat away from home often are more likely to be overweight and have a poor-quality diet.

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Stress Behind Bingeing

Prolonged stress may trigger pleasure-seeking behaviour including a compulsion to consume comfort foods.

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The French Paradox

Could it be true that French women don't get fat? Is there any research to support such an assertion?

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Eat Out & Stay Healthy

Eating out ain't what it used to be. Once it meant sitting down and dining at a restaurant to celebrate special occasions. Now eating out encompasses all meals for all reasons.

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Keep Watch For Sneaky Calories

It's the foods that we eat when the real focus of the occasion is elsewhere that often pack the biggest punch when it comes to tallying the kilojoules (calories). Finger foods and the alcoholic drinks you hold with the other hand can be very sneaky.

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Emotional Eating

Often called ‘non-hungry eating', emotional eating deals with the undeniable fact that food is about much more than simple nutrition and satisfying hunger.

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Facing Facts: Food & Activity Diaries

Keeping an accurate diary of daily food and fitness facts usually reveals more than a few surprises!

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Refrigerator Rehab & Pantry Perfection

Want to clear your fridge and cupboards of the morsels that can cause the best of healthy eating intentions to go off the rails? Here's how you go about it.

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Smaller Serves: Help Needed

Even when you understand that ballooning food serving sizes are linked with the obesity epidemic, having someone tell you to "eat less" does not elicit change.

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Bigger Feeds, Bigger Bellies

It's happening in homes, restaurants and fast-food joints ... more food is sneaking on to our plates and into our bodies. Over the last 20 years, an American study tells us, our food portion sizes have increased.

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More Food, More Fat

A study has shown that we often eat too much and don't judge the size of our servings well. The larger the serving consumed, the more energy we receive. And if we don't burn that energy, we get fatter.

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Hidden Dangers Of Snack Attacks

Snacking when you're not hungry might make your mind feel better but will do nothing for your body ... except help make you fat.

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The Stressful Side Of Snacking

You know that little voice. When your day has been dismal you hear a sugary or greasy treat calling out your name. Eating it might make you feel good, however momentarily ...

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