The effects of a controlled worksite environmental intervention on determinants of dietary behavior and self-reported fruit, vegetable and fat intake
- 4. Sidestep 5 Big Diet Blunders. Ragland, Margit Feury; Tinelli, Riccardo // Self;May2009, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p148
The article focuses on several misconceptions related to dietary habits. It is often misconceived that eating a variety of foods gives slimming advantage which is wrong, rather it is advised to limit on one or two types for nutritious foods. It is stated that people tend to overeat as they think...
- Eating Out Without Pigging Out. // Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter;Feb2008, Vol. 25 Issue 12, preceding p5
The article reports on the findings of a survey by researchers at Clemson University on healthy eating-out options in the U.S. It revealed that chefs' ideas about portion sizes, for instance, are far removed from the recommendations of nutrition experts. The survey found that only 41% of chefs...
- THE NEW LOW-CARB FAST FOODS. Cohen, Sharon; Cordova, Richard // Shape;Apr2004, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p164
Presents information about food calories and nutritious eating habits.
- INTRODUCTION. Ardell, Donald B. // Electronic Ardell Wellness Report (E-AWR);6/11/2004, Issue 235, p1
Presents an introduction to the article "Ten Ways to Consume More Calories, Get Fatter Faster, Waste Your Money and Die Young Soon," by Donald B. Ardell, published in the September 28, 2004 issue of the journal "Electronic Ardell Wellness Report."
- Exercise minutes more effective than calorie counts to change behavior. // Research Review (International Council on Active Aging);5/10/2013, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p1
The article presents information on a study conducted with younger people to find out their eating habits, which found that people order less caloric food if the menu is labeled with the minutes of brisk walking needed to burn the food calories.
- Calories still count. // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;June97, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p34
Criticizes the habit of Americans to gorge themselves in low-fat foods. Remarks that low-fat foods are high on calories; Advice to look for calorie content of food.
- Eat . . . more! Lippert, Marissa // Glamour;Jun2010, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p118
The article presents information on the caloric content of two food choices.
- What I Know for Sure. // O, The Oprah Magazine;Jul2010, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p160
In this article, the author discusses how she changed her attitude towards food and has become less obsessive about her calorie intake.
- Counting Calories. J. W. // Risk Management (00355593);Mar2010, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p45
The article provides information on a study which shows a direct relationship between visible calorie notification and consumers' eating habits.