Posts Tagged ‘Hunger’

Food and Social Justice in the United States

Food and Social Justice

Regardless of your history or socioeconomic status, you most likely believe in some form of the “American dream,” the idea that anyone in the US, regardless of race, social class, or geography, can find and build upon opportunities to create a successful and rewarding life. But what about food, and how does it factor into […]

Five Unexpected Tips for High Energy Nutrition

Have you ever noticed that the field of nutrition can sometimes be a little stale, repetitive and boring? That’s why I love the unexpected, especially when it comes to dietary advice. Perhaps one of the most common desires I hear amongst those interested in better nutrition is “how can I have more energy?” Well, rather […]

Reflections on the New Year

Happy New Year from all of us at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Here we are at another crossroads. One year ends, another begins. It seems like such a great idea to mark time in this way – it helps humanity track itself, gauge progress, and do a little celebration along the way.  […]