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How ingenuity will feed the world.
How ingenuity will feed the world.

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Feel like you’re constantly fighting temptations to eat too much of the wrong kinds of foods? It’s now you—it’s the environment around you, says Brian Wansink, director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab and author of Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Every Day Life says that says in an article on FutureFood 2050’s series on obesity. http://ow.ly/HIFxG

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In the new FutureFood2050 series on obesity UNC-Chapel Hill professor Barry Popkin says wealthy nations should tax junk food and require simpler labels that help consumers judge their nutritional content. http://ow.ly/HIFp7

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Dr. Walmir Coutinho, president of the World #Obesity Federation, says the ways in which poverty is eradicated gives people access to and more likelihood of eating higher-calorie foods because they are the cheapest. http://ow.ly/HIFgu

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In the obesity series of FutureFood2050 Hank Cardello, Head of the Obesity Solutions Initiative at the Hudson Institute and author of the best-selling book Stuffed, says consumers should be able to have their cake and eat it too—without getting fat. Industry needs to find ways to make fries and burgers and everything else better for you without compromising taste http://ow.ly/HIF9R

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2015 Food Trends: Artisan ice cream, sustainability, craft beer and more #2015trends http://ow.ly/HAPVz #futurefood2050

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Welcome to The Future Market, Your Neighborhood Grocery Store From the Year 2065 http://ow.ly/HAPBJ #welcometothefuture #futuremarket

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La Times Food: Fridges that mop your floor or farmers who come to your door? We look at 2015 and beyond http://ow.ly/HARlz #FutureFood2050

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In the #obesity series on #FutureFood2050 Julian Mercer and his Full4Health team at the Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, are exploring new, healthy foods that make you eat less and feel full for longer periods of time. http://ow.ly/HIF12

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New evidence-based tactics, such as foods that make you feel full faster and targeted medications, will play an important role in global efforts to reverse the upward trajectory of obesity rates, say obesity researchers and thought leaders who shared their wide-ranging ideas in FutureFood 2050 interviews. http://ow.ly/HIFNN

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Louis Aronne Director of the Comprehensive Weight Control Center at Weill Cornell Medical College, Dr. Louis Aronne, believes medications should play a role in combatting weight gain, obesity series on FutureFood2050 http://futurefood2050.com/podcast-whats-ailing-obesity-treatment/
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