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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.



    1. Mackenzie said on July 30th, 2009


      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


      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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