Anton Ukhlin Ukhlin itibaren Khmil'nyk, Zakarpats'ka oblast, Ukrayna
This seems like an idea that could really help with mindful eating, and with abstaining from absent minded nibbling. Basically, his idea is to eat whatever you really really want but first put it in the bowl and sit down in your favorite place to eat. The author says overweight is a symptom of being out of touch with what your body really wants, needs, likes, can digest, etc. He eats basically only one food at a time so he can pay attention to all the signals his body gives him about the food. It's a little tedious and too personal, but anyway, it does contain a lot of ideas in common with the Slow Down Diet and The Overfed Head, so maybe the one bowl will prove to be a useful tool. As I have been learning more about Human Design (ihdschool.com), it seems that this way of eating is good for people with a certain type of digestive system in their design. I am not designed to need to eat this way (one food at a time IS one of the digestive types), but it is always good to try to pay attention to your eating.
Now that's a nice book to take with you to the pool and relax on a hot summer day! All those nice reads!! Highly recommended if you feel guilty with your Ph.D. research, and you want to freshen-up on your measure-theoretic probability (don't we all??)
Like this book written by one of her descendants. Would have liked a lot more "in-depth" biography but I guess since it's the 1600's there is only so much info one can find. Always love historical biographies though.