It is not uncommon for people to overeat from time to time. Many individuals overeat on special occasions, public holidays or social events. However binge eating is different from overeating. Keep on reading to learn what binge eating is, how to spot it, and how to get it under control. Continue reading
Category Archives: Food Psychology
5 Psychological Tricks to Eat Fewer Carbs Every Day
Many people who are trying to lose weight count and track their macronutrients. Macronutrients (or macros) refer to the fats, carbs and proteins your body needs in order for you to grow and develop at a healthy rate. Your body needs a lot of macronutrients and a small amount of micronutrients (such as vitamins and minerals) for optimal function. The following article will explore five psychological tricks you can use to lose weight by eating fewer carbs every day. Continue reading
Reducing Stress in Your Day To Day Life with CBD Lozenges
Taking CBD lozenges is a fun, convenient, and discreet way to enjoy the relaxing effects of cannabidiol, an active cannabinoid or cannabis compound without the psychoactive effects or “high.” CBD lozenges gradually dissolve in your mouth, and it’s usually used to soothe and lubricate the throat and suppress a cough. Continue reading
5 Healthy Foods You Should Eat If You Have Depression
Wondering which foods can help you conquer depression? What you eat plays a pivotal role in not only your physical health and overall well-being but also your emotional and mental health. Continue reading
Supermarket Psychology (Video)
Does supermarket design influence what we purchase? Watch as Peter Rowsthorne talks with Dr Paul Harrison from Deakin University, about some of the psychological strategies that food marketers employ. We learn that factors such as light, layout, music and placement all play key roles in our shopping experience.
- Supermarket Secrets (Full Version) (undergrounddocumentaries.com)
Can Food Be Male or Female?
Is your lunch male or female? Odd question to ask isn’t it? But odd as it might seem, western culture does show strong associations between gender and food. We live in a world where ladies are expected to eat either fruit or vegetable salads while manly men consume red meat. And it is not difficult to see why we have these perceptions: meat, as a product of the hunt, has been associated with strength and power for ages — two features usually linked with masculinity. In fact, so prominent is the meat-male linkage that researchers Paul Rozin, Julia M. Hormes, Myles S. Faith and Brian Wansink carried out a series of experiments to investigate it. Continue reading