Diets, fads, nutrition, scientists, and food companies compete for our attention. Dr. Brian Wansink studies eating behavior. After World War II the food supply became industrialized.
Dr. Wansink advises dividing the grocery cart in half ensuring fruits and vegetables will be a priority. The Cornell food and Brand Lab studies how people react to different plate sizes.
Howard "Corky" Clark tries to instill self-discipline in his students. Greg Steinhauer entered the Navy upon graduation. Frances Roth and Katharine Angell created the school to help veterans learn a profession.
The food program teaches farm to table cuisine. Steinhauer trains in the Hudson Valley.
People trade cheap calories for nutrition. Dr. Wansink prefers to purchase frozen or canned vegetables due to price and convenience. Make a good marinade to mask cheap cuts of meat.
Credits: Food on the Brain, Episode 11
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Explore the disconnect between the belly and the brain and America’s national eating disorder. A journey to Cornell’s Food and Brand Lab unveils the psychology of consumer habits and introduces viewers to simple tips and tricks for a healthier diet. We also take a journey up to the Hudson River Valley on a transformative journey of one Navy veteran who is reinventing himself through culinary arts.
Length: 25 minutes
Copyright date: ©2014
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