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- 200 decisions
- Unconscious

1. Can cause us to eat 20-50% more

2. Bigger plate, bigger portions

3. Having company can influence you to eat 2x as much as eating alone

4. You eat popcorn at a movie is the social norm even when your full AND even if you dont like the popcorn
-> the typical person eats 35% more popcorn in the theatre

5. People eat twice as many m&m's from a big package as compared to a small package
-> people stop eating once the bowl of food their eating get empty (ex: soup bowls keep filling up with a machine)
-> 63% more soup in 20 mins (how long it takes the brain to tell the stomach its full)
-> there is a delay in the time the brain can tell the stomach how full we are (20 mins)

1. Average person eats 2000 calories a day to maintain weight
-> if you go 10 calories above that every day for a year, you have gained 10 pounds in one year
-> It takes 3,500 calories to make 1 lb. fat (Ex: six large orders of fries, eight banana muffins, doesn't matter if its in a day or a year)
-> to burn off one muffin you have to run for 30 mins

2. If you eat 3 extra jellybeans in a day, you will put on more than a pound of weight in a year
-> over 10 pounds heavier in one year

3. One more can of pop a day, equates to 15 pounds added in one year

4. One more large latte a day, equates to 26 added pounds in one year

5. One extra donut a day equates to 28 pounds added in one year

1. You can reverse this trend of gaining weight
-> eat 3 fewer jellybeans a day, lose more than 1 pound in a year

2. One less can of pop a year, 15 pounds lost in a year

3. One less donut a day, 28 pounds lost in a year

- ate twice as much candy if it was on their desk vs 6 feet away

- smaller cutlery (plates, cups, spoons)
- eat slowly
- reduce food choices
-> tricking ourselves to eating less
1. False
2. False
3. True, over 90% of child molestation is committed by heterosexual men against young girls

4. False
- sexual experiences as a child are not necessarily indicative of one's sexual orientation as an adult. Many, and perhaps most, lesbian, gay, and bisexual people have early heterosexual experiences, but are still lesbian, gay, or bisexual; many heterosexuals have had sexual contact, including orgasm, with members of their own sex, but are still heterosexual

5. True
- It is impossible to convert heterosexuals to being homosexual. Nor is it possible to convert homosexuals to being heterosexual. Homosexuality is not a type of mental illness and cannot be "cured" by appropriate psychotherapy. Most psychiatric and psychological attempts to "cure" lesbians and gay men have failed to change the sexual attraction of the patient, and instead, have created emotional trauma. Many lesbians and gay men have known heterosexuals who tried to convert them to being heterosexual, without success

6. False
- people's sexual behaviours and practices differ widely. If you think about heterosexuals you know, they will fall across a spectrum of sexual activity and types of relationships. This is also true for gay, lesbian, and bisexual people. We have more information about the sexuality of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people and little information about the diversity and depth of their relationships. Many people accuse lesbian, gay, and bisexual people of "flaunting" their sexuality when they hold hands or kiss one another in public. And yet these are the activities that heterosexual couples do all the time

7. False

8. False

9. False

10. Some lesbian, gay, and bisexual people know that they are attracted to members of their own sex at an early age, sometimes as young as 7 or 8 years old. Others learn much later in life, in their 60's and 70's. Some research indicates that sexual orientation is determined between birth and age 3. No one knows what causes sexual orientation.