Is your kitchen design making you fat?
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People didn’t used to eat in the kitchen, and they were probably healthier for it.

In Small fridges make good cities and healthier people, I made the case that if you don’t have a lot of room in your fridge, you will go out and shop daily and get what’s fresh; you don’t have a lot of room for frozen stuff and bulk purchases. 
But there are other design issues in the kitchen that might be affecting our health and our weight besides the size or design of the fridge. In Canada’s Globe and Mail, Ellen Himelfarb asks Is your sleek new kitchen making you fat? Here’s what to do. She doesn’t miss the tiny kitchen of her youth and likes the big, wide-open kitchens cum eating areas cum den and lounge that are the trend today. However, the open kitchen has its problems. According to Dr. Brian Wansink of Cornell University and author of “Slim by Design<…………… continues on Mother Nature Network

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