- Eat Well! // O, The Oprah Magazine;Aug2009, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p122
The article introduces a series of articles on cooking and eating better. It reflects that food not only satisfies hunger, it also provides comfort and helps people connect with their communities. It discusses articles on cooking summer's produce from farms and backyard gardens as well as...
- SIX REASONS. Strote, Mary Ellen // Shape;Apr2004, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p210
Discusses reasons for overeating and obesity.
- Your turning point. Draper, Dave // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Mar2001, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p66
Ponders on the increasing number of overweight people. Changes in the eating habits of people; Consequences of gluttony; Choices that one can make with regard to body weight.
- Parents take note: Fighting childhood obesity begins at home. // Better Nutrition;Mar2002, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p28
Focuses on the need for the fight against childhood obesity to start at home in the United States. Prevalence of overweight in children aged 4 to 12; Evidence of higher home-related causes of childhood obesity; Importance of changing eating habits at home.
- CONNECTING FOOD AND HEALTH: An Introduction to this Special Issue. Fisher, Andy // Community Food Security News;Winter2006, p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one that explores the association between obesity and hunger by Lynn Parker and another by Gail Feenstra, who evaluated the belief of community food security practitioners that their projects can improve participants'...
- Do we need to change our eating style? // Current Health 2;Dec98, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p2
Reports on Medical College of Georgia researcher Robert Martindale's theory that Americans' eating style contributes to their tendency to be overweight. Comparison of Americans' style of eating large portions to European style of eating; Cause of most obesity problems.
- DROP 21 POUNDS THE FRENCH WAY. Sass, Cynthia A. // Prevention;Jul2008, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p67
The article discusses a study which compares the eating habits of people who live in Paris, France and Chicago, Illinois. Statistics are presented which indicate more Americans within the study are categorized as overweight than French people within the study. Reasons the French group weighed...
- WEIGHT LOSS BULLETIN. // Men's Health (10544836);Sep2010, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p36
The article offers research briefs related to physical fitness and diet. It mentions that according to a research from Kansas State University in Lawrence, Kansas, concentrating on long term benefits could lead to healthier behaviors, like eating breakfast and exercising. It further mentions...
- How much is too much? Marston, Wendy // Health (Time Inc. Health);Mar/Apr96, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p38
Discusses the increase in food portions as a leading cause of obesity and overweightedness in the United States. Food budget; Increased demand for big plates and bowls; Ways to avoid overeating; Reasonable servings; Planning of daily meals; Breakfast, lunch and dinner options.