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Nina Planck and Brian Wansink
Weekly Program
Nina Planck and Brian Wansinck
 Francesca Rheannon  Contact Contributor
Nov. 26, 2006, 10:08 a.m.
We talk with Nina Planck about REAL FOOD: What to Eat and Why. We also talk with food psychologist Brian Wansink about MINDLESS EATING: Why We Eat More Than We Think.
Theme: Dave Brubeck, "Cassandra"
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! We break whole-grain, locally produced, organic bread with Nina Planck. She tells us about REAL FOOD: What to Eat and Why. We also talk with food psychologist Brian Wansink about his terrific (and funny) new book, MINDLESS EATING: Why We Eat More Than We Think.
Are such fatty foods as butter, beef and full-fat cheese good for you? "Yes!" says, Nina Planck, as long as they are "real": from cows that live and eat organically out in the pasture. And low-fat, vegetarian food may be deadly, if it's produced industrially. Join us as we explores the pleasures of real food with Nina Planck. She's a leading expert on farmers markets and local food.
Also, Thanksgiving signals the start of the Holiday--and gluttony--season. Americans typically gain several pounds that they then struggle (and often fail) to lose again. And diets don't usually work in the long run. The problem is: how to resist temptation that lures us from all sides? Food psychologist Brian Wansink has the answer. He's been studying the "mindless eating" that packs on pounds. And he's come up with ways that we can mindlessly lose weight. His book is MINDLESS EATING: Why We Eat More Than We Think.

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