Making healthy eating choices may not always be easy. The convenience and affordability of unhealthy food often lure consumers to eating nutritionally empty snacks and processed meals. And research suggests our brains may be primed for craving these kinds of foods, triggering feelings of satisfaction and pleasure that healthier options may not. Based on the latest science, this Forum event examined how we can shift our food environments from toxic to healthy.
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- The Nutrition Source
Harvard School of Public Health
- Food Addiction
- New Brain Imaging Study Provides Support for the Notion of Food Addiction
- Not All Screens Are Equal When It Comes to Obesity Risk: TV May Have Greatest Effect
- Let's Move
The White House
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