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Slim by design florida 5 11-16

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Dr. Brian Wansink presented at our 4th Annual Health Innovation Grant Workshop held at Rollins College. He talked about healthy food environments. Check out his presentation here!

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Slim by design florida 5 11-16

  1. 1. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life Brian Wansink, Ph.D. Cornell University Healthy Central Florida May 11, 2016
  2. 2. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink It’s easier to change your eating environment than to change your mind
  3. 3. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink BMI Trends from the CDC
  4. 4. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink The Year 2025: My Projected BMI Map for the US
  5. 5. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink LEGEND: Too Fat Too Skinny The Year 2025: A Projected BMI Map for the US Compliments of Dr. Bill Deitz Los Angeles New York City
  6. 6. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Win-Win Activism
  7. 7. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Who Benefits? Win-Win Activism
  8. 8. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Roadmap Chinese buffets School lunchrooms Your home Your community
  9. 9. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink A Couple Starting Points . . .  Do we know what we like?  Do we know what we do?
  10. 10. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink “Do we Know What We Like?”
  11. 11. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink “Can You Make People Think the Food Tastes Good?” Seafood filet Chocolate Cake Succulent Italian Seafood filet Belgium Black Forest Chocolate Cake Wansink, Brian, Koert van Ittersum, and James E. Painter (2005), “How Descriptive Food Names Bias Sensory Perceptions in Restaurants,” Food Quality and Preference, 16:5, 393-400.
  12. 12. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Labels -> Halos or Shadows? Let’s see . . . Spice Box Restaurant
  13. 13. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink As Fine as North Dakota Wine (“Spice Box Restaurant”)
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  15. 15. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Hmmm . . .
  16. 16. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink “Do we Know Why We Do What We Do?”
  17. 17. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Think back to your last buffet . . .
  18. 18. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink What Do Skinny People Do Differently at Chinese Buffets?  12 Coders, 370 diners, 7 States  70 variables  Secret agent tools • weight mat • laser height • Clickers • Cracker Jack stopwatches
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  22. 22. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Maybe there are a lot of overlooked solutions Win-Win Activism
  23. 23. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink 2. Smarter Lunchrooms
  24. 24. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink A funny call from the LA Times …
  25. 25. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink A Call from the NY State Department of Health  How much subsidize fruit in cafeterias to increase whole fruit sales 5%?
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  27. 27. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink “The problem’s not the price?”  Two Suggestions: • Put it in a nice bowl • . . . in a well-lite place  Results • 5 Schools • 1 School • 2 Schools
  28. 28. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink “The problem’s not the price?”  Two Suggestions: • Put it in a nice bowl • . . . in a well-lite place  Results • 5 Schools • 1 School • 2 Schools That’s obvious. That’ll never work.
  29. 29. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Example 2: Call from the USDA  “Nobody buys salad.”  Should we add more stuff or subsidize the price?
  30. 30. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Ala Cart Items Salad Bar Hot Lunch Line Cash Regist er #1 Cash Regist er #2
  31. 31. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Ala Cart Items Hot Lunch Line Cash Regist er #1 Cash Regist er #2 Old Locati on for Salad Bar New Location for Salad Bar
  32. 32. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Ala Cart Items Hot Lunch Line Cash Regist er #1 Cash Regist er #2 Old Locati on for Salad Bar New Location for Salad Bar Daily Salad Sales increased 200-300% within two weeks
  33. 33. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Bigger Question . . .  What are easy low-cost or no cost changes cafeterias can make to . . . • Increase the good stuff kids take • Decrease the less good stuff kids take • Increase overall participation in school lunches
  34. 34. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Let’s redesign a school lunchroom for less than $50 . . .
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  36. 36. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink We can probably do better . . .
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  38. 38. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Smarter Lunchroom Scorecard It’snotnutrition ...untilit’seaten! Important Words Service areas: Dining areas: Grab and Go Meals: Designated Line: Alternative entrée options: Reimbursable “Combo Meal” pairings: Non-functional lunchroom equipment: Good Rapport: FocusingonFruit PromotingVegetables&Salad MovingMoreWhiteMilk Entréeof theDay S SmarterLunchroomsSelf-Assessment Instructions
  39. 39. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink MovingMoreWhiteMilk Entréeof theDay
  40. 40. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Smarter Lunchroom Report Card 70-70 by 2020  100 points & 100 changes • Aspirational • Shows progress • Keeps schools from backsliding
  41. 41. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Part 3. Your Home
  42. 42. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Is Your Home Making You Slim by Design? (10-pt. preview)
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  53. 53. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Part 4. Your Country
  54. 54. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Help Make Your Country Slim by Design  1. Score your store, restaurant, workplace • Scorecards  2. Let them know (win-win solutions) • Letter Templates  3. Organize a Activism Group • Action Guide SlimbyDesign.org
  55. 55. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink
  56. 56. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Who Benefits? Win-Win Activism
  57. 57. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink In Conclusion . . . Back to you . . .
  58. 58. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink News you can use [] Where to sit at Chinese buffets [] Get kids eat to green beans [] What to put on your home counter
  59. 59. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Thank You “The Best Diet is The Diet You Don’t Know You’re On.” Mindless Eating -- p. 1
  60. 60. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink 1. SlimbyDesign.org 2. @BrianWansink 3. Brian Wansink (author)
  61. 61. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink 1. SlimbyDesign.org 2. @BrianWansink 3. Brian Wansink (author)
  62. 62. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink
  63. 63. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink 100-point Scorecards  Home  Restaurants  Grocery stores  Workplaces  Schools SlimByDesign.org
  64. 64. © Wansink 2016 @BrianWansink Lessons I learned from Slim by Design . . .  Scorecards can work • If evidence based • If 3rd party distributed • If dynamic (yearly improvements) • If low-cost no cost • If easy-to-make changes • If some are exciting, new changes • If bragging rights are involved
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