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    In the article, Appetite, Laurie Lee explained how humans take things for granted sometimes and she suggested that they need to get away from those things sometimes. She listed examples of things different than food such as people that we surround ourselves with and how we needed to get away from them too sometimes because that could lead to them getting too attached or they could get tired of each other. In the article she says, “So I think we should arrange to give up our pleasures…

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    Because Appetite For Love holds such a treasured place in my heart (I got to interview both male leads--Andrew Walker and Marcus Rosner--and they were kind enough to let a novice feature them), I often find myself going back to my review of that film and attempting to connect with the supporting cast of that momentous film. In the case of Antonio Cayonne, I was so pleased to see that he is again being featured in a Valentine's film on Hallmark, and it was a great joy when he agreed to answer a…

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    Throughout history, in all forms of life, there has been one undeniable trend that has evolved and altered but still remained one of the basic necessities of life, eating. In Kristen J. Gremillion’s Ancestral Appetite: Food in Prehistory she sets up the history of eating, what and how people have eaten in the past few million years and her theory on how that has led to modern diets. As this work is set up in chronological order, Gremillion points out the major inventions, events, and changes to…

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    For a species to survive and thrive there is a need for expansion and a growth in its population, those who survive become the dominant, shaping the world around it. In the readings “Lies My Teacher Told” Meby James Lowen and “Brutal Appetites from The Making of Mexican Culture in Frontier California” by Douglas Monroy, the prominent fact throughout each is history is written by the winner. From colonies finding the new world to World War II, those who were declared the loser were cemented into…

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    Summary Paragraph: How colors affect your appetite is an article by Melissa Breyer which highlights a study that shows our how sight can affect our appetite and how various shades of colors affect our desires differently. Think about the pigment of the cuisine you eat every day. There are a lot of color of foods and we can find some blue things like some bluish on potatoes but the color blue isn’t a natural color of food. Our first instinct warns us to feel uncomfortable from blue colored food.…

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    has harmony between the three areas of the psyche—rational, appetite, and spirited; therefore, the person exhibits wisdom, courage, and moderation. Ultimately in this section of “The Republic” Plato, through Socrates, Rather, argues that a person’s being is considered just if the soul’s sections are working in harmony. Plato begins this section of “The Republic”…

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    to due to its ability to help individuals reach their desired weight owning to the fact that it has appetite suppressing and fat burning capacities. Has it is only normal for buyers, they are a bit apprehensive that a single diet pill can perform so many functions at once. The Phen375 developing team claims that the supplement helps with: • Fat burning • Energy increase • Metabolism boost • Appetite Suppression No doubt, this is very hard to believe, but after more insight at the ingredients of…

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    average the macronutrient content of one egg is low in carbohydrates and high in proteins and lipids2. High protein foods, like eggs, have been known to have a high satiety effect and be long term appetite suppresants4. Appetite is defined as a strong desire to satisfy a bodily need. The regulation of appetite is a combination of peripheral signals with the central nervous system, mainly the hypothalamus1.…

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    The will at its core is an appetite, appetites are inclined toward a mean. Through appetitive powers we use our unconscious, intentional, sensing or intellect to reach our desires. All powers reach for their respective good. For Thomas Aquinas will is having the intellectual power to be able to perceive the presence of goodness. Beings with intellect hold “ a knowledge whereby they perceive the aspect of goodness” this inclination is the will. All appetites lean towards some form of goodness.…

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    In Everything Bad Is Good For You by Steven Johnson and The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, the role of popular culture as a mode of reflection on society reveals the importance of intellectual complexity being a referent power that motivates individuals to analyze their society and create independent-minded judgments based on these observations to create changes for the overall prosperity and progress. In Everything Bad Is Good For You, one of Steven Johnson’s key points is his theory of the Sleeper…

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