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Psychology of Eating SARAH JOSEF HM 324
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Why Do We Eat? Hunger Emotional Social Health Traditions
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What Influences What We Eat Beliefs Values/Attitudes Habits/Practices What’s acceptable by a community of individuals or the culture we live in Our ethnicity reflects our membership in a specific culture
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Food & Culture How does the food we eat represent our culture here in America?
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Food & Culture How does the food we eat represent our culture here in America? Fast Paced Fast Food Convenience foods such as pre-packaged, frozen, etc. Affluent compared to other countries Gourmet foods, food from all over the world, any kind of food we want whenever we want it. Era of “bigness,” big cars, big houses Large portions, buffets popular Multi-cultural Wide availability of Asian, Latin/Mexican, Italian, French food
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You Are What You Eat by Leon Rappoport Two basic drives for food choices: Inner directed Personal or private self Satisfaction of inner needs Outer directed Public self
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