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making eating healthy easier

 

- techniques to lower the barrier to being/becoming a healther person

 

- calorie budgeting: counting, logging, social aspects

 

- barriers: knowledge, time

 

- nutritiondata.com

 

- http://www.wisegeek.com/what-does-200-calories-look-like.htm

 

- handful of food, ease of overeating room-temperature foods by hand (eg nuts)

 

- can be overwhelming at first, so finding techniques is useful

 

- find information about the foods most commonly encountered and consumed

 

- calorie count wiki

 

- tantek knows his banana calories

 

- combintion bowl / scale

 

- signs of bad foods: fried, contains corn syrup, flavorings

 

- anything with a label needs to be scrutinized

 

- restaurant techniques: dressing on the side, items you can determine caloric information of (sushi, sandwiches, eg), ask for sauce without sugar, ask for general ingredient information.

 

- knowing calorie information can reduce the guilt associated with eating - knowing you're consuming a certain number of calories as opposed to feeling like a bad person for eating "bad foods"

 

- frequently used, precalculated recipes for people who cook at home, corresponding to a routine shopping list