Portions, calories, servings…how do you know if the amount you're eating is right? Let the wheel of nutrition be your guide. The ceramic dining plate is a reminder of the fundamentals of healthy eating. Created by industrial/interior designer Hafsteinn Juliusson, the plate is creatively enhanced with “explanatory graphics and distinctive colors” that illustrate the recommended amount of each food group. Eating right really couldn't have gotten easier with this new trend of healthy eating guides.
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Le Whif is a revolutionary new way of eating chocolate – by breathing it! The innovative gadget is meant to curb appetite without adding calories. Harvard professor David Edwards, lead inventor of Le Whif says: “Over the centuries we've been eating smaller and smaller quantities at shorter and shorter intervals.
Eating local, sustainable food is a message we've all heard by now. Its impact on the environment and our health is undeniable. Here is a great resource for those of us who want to eat well and don't know where to look.
What's the cost for stacked burgers alongside stacked waitresses? How about your life. The Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Arizona is known for serving only fat laden, artery clogging foods like the “quadruple bypass burger” and “flat-liner fries” deep-fried in pure lard. Try to order a diet soda and they'll laugh you right out of the restaurant.