Trying to shed those extra pounds? Eat the same food over and over again

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Eating the same food over and over again can make people uninterested in the meals that they start eating less.

Struggling to shed those extra pounds? Eat the same food every day, scientists say. Researchers at the University of Buffalo in the US found that eating the same food over and over again in successive meals can make people so uninterested in the meals that they start eating less.

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More British Swapping TV Dinners for PC Dinners

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Study: Three-fifths of people eat their evening meal in front of their computer.

Rise in Britons swapping TV dinners for PC dinners, according to a survey showing how many people eat while using the computer.  The study found three-fifths of people had settled down to eat their evening meal in front of a laptop or desktop.

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My Week of Eating Nothing But Candy

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Mmmmmmm candy.

Robb Posch undertook an experiment in which he ate nothing but candy for a week. Oh, the things we do in the name of science! …or blogging, as the case may be.

Since I am apparently going to eat peanut butter candy every day, I went with Reese’s Peanut Butter Bells. Then after snacking on Nestle Crunch Bells, Gobstopper Snowballs, Christmas SweeTarts, and gummy reindeer, by night time it was becoming somewhat clear: candy isn’t very filling…

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Emergency Breakfast Cake, aka Cereal Omelet

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YUMMY?
File this one into the “interesting food experiments” file—Instructables member BongoDrummer came up with this for days when the milk jug is inexplicably empty. It’s basically an omelet with cereal inside, which sounds strange—but the possibilities are endless.The process is even simpler than making an omelet—all you do, essentially, is scramble some eggs, mix in some cereal, and fry ‘er up. That’s it—although, if you’d like to make it even more omelet-like, you can always add cheese, tomato slices, nuts, or any of the other usual additions.
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High Fat Bacon and Eggs Breakfast is Healthiest Start to the Day

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A breakfast of bacon and eggs is a healthy start to the day.

A breakfast of bacon, sausages, eggs, and beans could be the healthiest start to the day, according to new research.  Scientists believe that breakfast programs the metabolism for the rest of the day, and a fatty meal will help the body break down fat later on.

 

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Nintendo To Introduce Food Delivery Channel In Japan

Nintendo To Introduce Food Delivery Channel In Japan 

I’m sure you have all gotten nice and slim using the Wii Fit, which is good, because much like a Thanksgiving turkey in September, Nintendo now has a plan to fatten you up. Probably so you’ll be more inclined to buy Wii Fit 2 and work it all off again. Beginning this spring, Nintendo will intro the Food Delivery Channel in Japan, just like how TiVo users can order Pizza Hut.

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Eat a Big Breakfast to Lose Weight

 Eat a Big Breakfast to Lose Weight

 Losing weight ends up being a bizarre state of mind where the rules of physics don’t apply

Want to shed those extra pounds? Well, all you need to do is start eating a big breakfast, according to a new study.

The study, conducted by Dr Daniela Jakubowicz from Virginia Commonwealth University, found that women who eat half of their daily calories first thing in the morning lose more weight in the long term than those who start the day with a small breakfast.

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