Nutrition

Common Foods Satiety Index

Satiety, and hunger/fullness cues are often too tightly coupled solely with caloric representation. While total caloric availability is a driver of satiety it is not the only driver. Intelligent food selection can make a break a dieting period.

Investing in the Outcome

Why would I eat something I don’t like? Because I’m invested in the outcome of what kimchi will provide. See kimchi contains a rich world of microbes particularly beneficial for gut flora and intestinal wellbeing. All of which I am particularly interested in.

Estimating Portion Sizes Can Go A Long Way

Estimating your portions goes a long way and the more consistently you weigh and measure your food the better you get at eyeballing what ~150 grams of rice and ~200 grams of chicken looks like. This becomes super beneficial when you don’t have the opportunity to weigh your food or if you don’t want to be that person who brings their food scale into the restaurant.

Preparing For a Rainy Day

It’s a great idea to look out for future you who will inadvertently end up in a situation where you’re out of food and need a quick macro friendly meal on a “rainy” day (both literally and figuratively.)