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Bristol & Bath Seminar Series - Barbara Rolls - Shared screen with speaker view
Karen Vaughan
54:59
I'm so hungry now looking at all the food. 😄
Karen Vaughan
56:39
Thanks for a very interesting presentation.
Bruce Hood
56:57
Fantastic!
Jeff Brunstrom
57:36
Great talk Barbara! (as always) Why are kids who are heavier more susceptible to the PSE..? Any thoughts? What about causation? Does having a higher BMI make you more susceptible..?
Marion Hetherington
58:20
what aspects of foods (apart from energy density) can we leverage for optimising satiation/satiety and to help with weight management?
Eman
58:36
Any research done on the effect of teaching people mindful eating? Testing their hunger/fullness levels?
Samantha Brooks
58:39
Thanks for a great talk Barbara. Related to restraint question - how do cognitions (e.g. working memory capacity) variations link to people’s ability to hold in mind information/knowledge about energy density/portion size?
Georgina Kelly
01:01:23
what are your thoughts on low-calorie sweeteners as an approach to reducing energy density of foods to reduce total energy intake as an approach to weight loss?
ss8532
01:01:30
Fantastic talk! From clinical work - showing people living with obesity (and general population) how much more food they can eat if they opt for low energy dense foods generates an evident response, even a short-term change on behaviour. But it seems that that knowledge alone is not sufficient for prolonged dietary change. Any suggestions?
Tennessee Randall
01:01:53
Do you think there is a greater requirement for strategies to target food that is prepared and consumed at home in comparison to food that is eaten outside of the home? (i.e., restaurants, cafe’s etc)
Peter Rogers
01:02:10
Great talk, thank you. Why do you think that the fast eaters ate more in your study. For example, did the food taste better to them?
Mia Green
01:13:17
Thank you!
Anca Dobrescu
01:13:17
Thank you so much!
forde001
01:13:17
Thanks Barbara - great talk and always inspirational to learn more from your excellent work!
Ava Cheung
01:13:17
Thank you!
Rhiannon Armitage
01:13:26
Thank you very intresting! Great talk
Marlou Lasschuijt
01:13:30
Thank you!
Jennifer Gatzemeier
01:13:39
Fantastic talk, thank you
Ying Chen
01:13:49
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