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it is not possible to only exercise and become lean without cutting down food intake(Shutterstock)

Fit and fine by Kamal Singh CSCS: Can you out-train a bad diet?

Hindustan Times | By Kamal Singh CSCS
PUBLISHED ON NOV 29, 2020 07:15 AM IST
You can’t only exercise and become lean without eating right
Getting into a college like Stanford can be amazing as well as a bit overwhelming for an Indian student(Shutterstock)
Getting into a college like Stanford can be amazing as well as a bit overwhelming for an Indian student(Shutterstock)

Campus life by Zuni Chopra: The first day of four years

Hindustan Times | By Zuni Chopra
UPDATED ON APR 25, 2020 11:19 PM IST
The first day of moving into a new college sets the tone for the years to come….
How much time does dietary self-monitoring really take? The answer is, not very much. (Instagram)
How much time does dietary self-monitoring really take? The answer is, not very much. (Instagram)

New study shows dietary self-monitoring takes less than 15 minutes a day

Washington DC | By Asian News International
UPDATED ON FEB 26, 2019 04:55 PM IST
Dietary self-monitoring is the best predictor of weight-loss success. New research shows for the first time how little time it actually takes: 14.6 minutes per day on average.
The new study debunks the popular diet trick based on the Delbouef illusion that predicts people will identify sizes. It shows that such tricks don’t help weight loss.(Shutterstock)
The new study debunks the popular diet trick based on the Delbouef illusion that predicts people will identify sizes. It shows that such tricks don’t help weight loss.(Shutterstock)

Smaller plates for weight loss won’t fool your brain into eating less

Indo Asian News Service | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON AUG 01, 2018 09:46 AM IST
Small plate diet plan won’t help in weight loss. A new study says that when people are deprived of food, they are more likely to consider a portion size accurately, irrespective of how it’s served.
Of particular concern is craving, which has long been recognised as a state of mind that contributes to addiction and, in recent years, to eating disorders and obesity.(Shutterstock)
Of particular concern is craving, which has long been recognised as a state of mind that contributes to addiction and, in recent years, to eating disorders and obesity.(Shutterstock)

Beware foodies, unhealthy junk food may be making you pay more

Press Trust of India, New York | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 03, 2018 04:53 PM IST
“It appears that craving boosts or multiplies the economic value of the craved food,” said Anna Konova, a postdoctoral researcher in New York University. There is growing interest across several sectors in understanding how our psychological states and physiological needs affect our behaviour as consumers.
Bloggers are calling out this scary trend of ‘eating for the gram’.(Instagram.com/meowmeix)
Bloggers are calling out this scary trend of ‘eating for the gram’.(Instagram.com/meowmeix)

Stop posting your food photos on Instagram. Here’s how it could be making you fat

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON MAR 08, 2018 11:44 AM IST
With trends like #foodporn ruling Instagram feeds, it is very easy to forget the difference between actual portion sizes needed for every meal and Insta-friendly portion size. This means we are eating more than we need to.
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