aYour eyes are bigger than your stomach.a Many of us have heard this familiar warning against overeating. But no matter how many times we hear it, changing our eating habits can be difficult. Instead of counting calories, we often judge food by how it looks . . . and by its size. In todayas obesity epidemic, large portion sizes are a major factor. Find out how eating habits have been shaped by our love of bigness. Learn about whatas best for your long-term healthaand what you need to do to begin changing bad eating habits now.In 1948, Richard andMaurice McDonald applied Henry Forda#39;s principle for building cars tomaking food. ... customers could not get substitutions), and divided the food preparation into small jobs with each task being performed by one person.
|Title||:||Big Portions, Big Problems|
|Publisher||:||Mason Crest - 2014-11-17|