The solution is in making better choices. Psychology. But most of the answers we hear aren’t legit.
So I called a guy who knows the real deal: Brian Wansink.
He leads food psychology research at Cornell University and the White House chose him to revise US dietary guidelines.
He has a great website and is author of two smart books on the subject of tricking yourself into eating better:
What you’re going to learn in this post:
- The easy thing to do while shopping that prevents you from buying junk food.
- How to not fall for the tricks and traps of restaurants.
- The 2 secrets to not snacking too much at the office.
- How to stay disciplined at events and holiday gatherings — without making the host feel bad.
- How superheroes can help you make better food choices.
Yeah, I said superheroes can help you eat better. Seriously. In fact, let’s start there…