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Numbers Game: Bowled Over

Ice-Cream-ENTERT0605-deA study led by Brian Wansink and published in The American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that subjects served themselves _____ percent more ice cream in a 34 ounce bowl than in a 17 ounce bowl.

a) 17
b) 22
c) 31
d) 40

Leave your guess in the “comments” section and come back on Monday for the answer.

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  1. Mackenzie said on July 30th, 2009

    C

    I’d like to essentially re-ask my sat fat question, but replace fats with good and bad cholestrol. I consume quite a bit of animal protein and fish (always lean cuts or omega rich fishes), but I’m always appalled by cholestrol levels of even healthy things (ex: 13% of a 2000 RDA of choolestrol in a 90 calorie pack of tuna! wtf!). Thanks!!!

  2. Andy Bellatti said on July 31st, 2009

    Mackenzie,

    Check out this post: http://smallbites.andybellatti.com/?p=1195

    FYI — dietary cholesterol is different from blood cholesterol. There is no such thing as “good” or “bad” dietary cholesterol. However, different nutrients affect our blood cholesterol differently (ie: omega-3 fatty acids raise our good cholesterol, while trans fats lower it AND raise our bad cholesterol).

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