You are what you eat, or so the saying goes. But it may be more accurate to say that you are how you eat.
Last week, an unscientific but all-too-relat...
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Too often, we are focused on feeding our children and giving them good eating habits at the expense of paying attention to our own "food attitudes" that we bring to the table.
When it comes to eating, everyone's got their own style -- Americans generally put things on sticks and deep-fry them, while other cultures use forks ...
When it comes to manners, what passes for polite in Poland might be taboo in Djibouti.
Avoid these food quirks at all costs -- we're here to help.
What you eat impacts everything from your skin to your bones to your cognitive abilities. Here at the Huffington Post, we've written about foods you s...
Here in America, where "super-sizing" and Value Meals are the norm, achieving a state of maximum fullness seems to be the goal. So, how do we teach our kids when to say "when" at the table?
if you have a cool friend and that cool friend brings some weird food to lunch and likes it, you'll probably want to try it.
These days when I think back to some of the misadventures that I had when I was over 250 pounds overweight, I often chuckle to myself -- while also admiring my stamina for not only getting through that time in my life, but also conquering it.
A weight loss-only diet plan fails every time because being miserable while eating now with the hope that you look better later will make you sad, depressed and crazy!
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