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Choosing the right size and color of your bowls and plates could help you eat less.
Parents of picky eaters can encourage their children to eat more nutritionally diverse diets by introducing more color to their meals
Researchers have recently discovered yet another connection between visual cues and the mind’s perception of food quantity, hunger and satiety — this time involving color and contrasts.
Want to double fruit sales in schools? A new Cornell University study shows it is as easy as putting the fruit in a colorful bowl.
A researcher from Cornell University has found that putting healthy foods at eye level in the fridge could help you lose weight because you eat what you see first.
Dieters who make simple changes in their surroundings can expect to eat healthier without giving it much thought, according to new research.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Walnut Commission's Food For Your Whole Life(TM) webcast presents a distinguished panel of experts who address new and cutting edge nutrition findings that have been discovered in the past year.
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