It’s a classic dieting downfall. We set ourselves up for failure when we opt for the standard dieting approach.
Whilst I shun headline-grabbing attention relating to diets and ‘getting body beautiful’ for anything, I do follow some of the research behind them. None more so than the esteemed and respected Dr Brian Wansink. So whilst dieting for me and many others post-wls is a thing of the past, I do recognise the sense
GUEST POST: I am currently in Rio de Janeiro, speaking at the 21st World Congress of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic Disorders – IFSO 2016. As Lee Kaplan from Harvard University reminded the audience, obesity is a disease of energy homeostasis, where everything seems to be
There’s nothing worse for a diet than impulsive eating decisions. These often happen when we tired, agitated, or simply hungry. That’s why it makes sense to make food decisions when we are relaxed and satiated. A group of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Carnegie Mellon University conducted a series of field studies
Behavioural scientists believe clutter directly affects our waistlines. Discover how a few changes in your kitchen could help you shift the pounds… Brian Wansink, a behavioural scientist at Cornell University in America and author of Slim By Design, has been hailed the ‘Marie Kondo of the kitchen’, showing dieters how simple