1. Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli

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    ‘Enhanced Tasty Formulas’ Cutlery design focuses on getting food in bite-sized morsels from the plate to the mouth, but it could do so much more. The project aims to reveal just how much more, stretching the limits of what tableware can do. Focusing on ways of making eating a much richer experience, a series of dozens of different designs has been created, inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia. This is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses. An everyday event, ‘taste’ is created as a combination of more than five senses. Tasty formulas with the 5 elements – temperature, color, texture, volume/weight, and form – are applied to design proposal. Via exploring ‘synesthesia’ if we can stretch the borders of what tableware can do, the eating experience can be enriched in multi-cross-wiring ways. The tableware we use for eating should not just be a tool for placing food in our mouth, but it should become extensions of our body, challenging our senses even in the moment when the food is still on its way to being consumed. Each of designs have been created to stimulate or train different senses – allowing more than just our taste buds to be engaged in the act and enjoyment of eating as sensorial stimuli, therefore it would lead the way of mindful eating which guides to rediscovering a healthy and joyful relationship with food. www.jjhyun.com

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    • How to make almond crème with Healthy Harlequin (15 secs)

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      Well we learned how to blanch almonds LAST week https://vimeo.com/111480836, so now we're going to take a cup of those blanched almonds and add 1/2 cup of water, 1 tbsp of extra virgin coconut oil, 1 tbsp of maple syrup or honey, 1 tsp of vanilla extract and a pinch of salt to make almond crème! Put that in your blender, food processor—or best yet—a Vitamix and blend until creamy. For extra added health benefits, be sure to soak those almonds overnight! POW!!! YOU'RE DONE! --- Healthy Harlequin: Superhero. Cook. Fitness Nerd. And an overall slayer of Bad Health. Her mission? To VANQUISH all the forces of Bad Health once and for all (and have fun with food and get moving-and-grooving again). Welcome to the world of Healthy Harlequin. You can join us at: Website: healthyharelquin.com Tumblr: healthyharlequin.tumblr.com Instagram: @healthyharlequin Twitter: @harlequinhealth Represented by: Scott Feldman Two Twelve Management & Marketing 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5300 Faith Kates NEXT Model Management 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5100x240

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      • How to make Pumpkin Puree with Healthy Harlequin (15 secs)

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        Pumpkin is that SQUASH that you totally expect to see around this time of year. One of the most basic things you can do with all those great guts of a pumpkin is turn it into a puree, which can be a base for a million and one different recipes. Here's how to make it: Ingredients: 1 pumpkin, quartered Directions: Cut the top off the pumpkin and quarter it. Clean out all the pumpkin seeds. Set them aside for later to bake them. Place pumpkin pieces on a baking sheet. Roast at 350°F for 45 minutes or until the pumpkins are tender. Remove the skin by scraping with a knife. Cut up the pumpkin and place into a food processor. Pulse until pureed. (The pumpkin you can get may be dry or watery. If too watery, then strain through a nut bag or cheesecloth. If dry, just add some water to the food processor and pulse). Season it appropriately...maybe with a little salt or cinnamon or both! YOU'RE DONE! --- Healthy Harlequin: Superhero. Cook. Fitness Nerd. And an overall slayer of Bad Health. Her mission? To VANQUISH all the forces of Bad Health once and for all (and have fun with food and get moving-and-grooving again). Welcome to the world of Healthy Harlequin. You can join us at: Website: healthyharelquin.com Tumblr: healthyharlequin.tumblr.com Instagram: @healthyharlequin Tumblr: @harlequinhealth Represented by: Scott Feldman Two Twelve Management & Marketing 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5300 Faith Kates NEXT Model Management 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5100x240

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        • How to make candied pecans with Healthy Harlequin (15 secs)

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          Here's a perfect little snack: Candied Pecans. I prefer to soak the pecans before, so put them in some water for at least 6 hours. That will make them more easily digestible. Once you're done with that—drain them and start with the recipe below: On the ingredient side, here's all you need: - 2 cups of raw pecans - ⅓ cup of maple syrup - ½ tsp of water - ½ tsp of cinnamon - pinch of salt - pinch of cayenne pepper Directions - (Sit 2 cups pecans in a bowl of filtered water for 6 hours. Drain.) - In a saucepan, heat ⅓ cup maple syrup and ½ tsp of cinnamon and pinch of salt, cayenne (over medium heat) for 5 minutes (until you see bubbles). - Add 2 cups of pecans to ½ tsp of water. - Stir (for 3 minutes) until nuts are caramelized. - Bake nuts for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. - Remove and let cool. POW! You’re done! POW!!! YOU'RE DONE! --- Healthy Harlequin: Superhero. Cook. Fitness Nerd. And an overall slayer of Bad Health. Her mission? To VANQUISH all the forces of Bad Health once and for all (and have fun with food and get moving-and-grooving again). Welcome to the world of Healthy Harlequin. You can join us at: Website: healthyharelquin.com Tumblr: healthyharlequin.tumblr.com Instagram: @healthyharlequin Twitter: @harlequinhealth Represented by: Scott Feldman Two Twelve Management & Marketing 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5300 Faith Kates NEXT Model Management 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5100x240

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          • Path For Life Self-Nourishment Program

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            Transform Your Relationship With Food: Path for Life Self Nourishment is a health program developed over a decade, working with clients one-on-one to improve physical and emotional wellbeing. The 9-step program integrates the three key elements essential for lasting healthy change: food knowledge, mindfulness and habit shifting. It is not a diet. It is not about counting calories. It is a life-style approach to health and weight-loss. It is about real food, real nourishment, and the real you. It's about learning how to create lasting change and thriving

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            • Mindful Eating

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              The book I refer to here is Living Buddha, Living Christ by Thich Nhat Hanh

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              • Positive Energy, 8.14 Interview with Dr. Robin Boudette, PhD on Mindfulness and Mindful Eating

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                Mindfulness is the art of bringing one's attention to the present moment. As a meditation practice and a way of living it offers many practical benefits. Dr. Boudette explains the nature of mindfulness and how it can be applied to eating.

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                • The Inner Weigh (TM) trailer

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                  What if you could change your mind and change your body? Bob Proctor, from the hit movie The Secret, along with 19 other experts on the mind, spirit, nutrition, and weight loss, will teach you to use the law of attraction and the power of your subconscious mind to create the life and body that you want!

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                  • How to make Forbidden Coconut Black Rice with Healthy Harlequin (15 secs)

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                    We're inching closer and closer to a ghoulish Halloween and I thought it would be appropriate to make some Forbidden black rice, which just sounds SO spooky and SO off limits. Actually the rice gets its name from ancient China where the royalty prized the dark-hued grain and banned it from common citizens. If you haven't tried this rice yet, I would HIGHLY recommend. Compared to all the other rices, it has the highest amount of protein and even double to fiber to it's cousin Brown Rice. You get white rice from removing the bran and when you do that, you take away all the nutrients, so Black Rice is swimming in antioxidants and also anthocyanins, which are the nutritious parts of the rice that also give the rice its rich coloring. I highly recommend soaking the rice overnight (future episode coming up) so that it aids in digestion and nutrient and mineral uptake. RECIPE: Coconut Black Forbidden Rice Pudding Makes 3-4 servings Ingredients: 1 cup Thai black rice, soaked overnight (if possible) 1 can of full fat coconut milk 2.5 cups water Pinch of sea salt Vanilla beans Spice bag (cinnamon, cardamom pods, cloves, vanilla pod) 1 tbsp. of honey ⅓ cup of coconut flakes, lightly toasted Fruit suggestions: grapefruit mango pomegranate passion fruit starfruit goji berries Tips for pressure cooker: - You need there to be around 2.5 cups of water in with the rice (if rice was soaked before). Add 1/2 cup more if not soaked. Add in a good pinch or two of sea salt and vanilla beans are optional Fasten the lid, and bring it up to full pressure Keep on the lowest heat to maintain full pressure, and cook for 25 minutes. Take off the heat, and let the pressure release naturally for 10 minutes. Release any remaining pressure, and then fluff up & serve. For a richer pudding, use full-fat coconut milk. Reserve the coconut cream — the thick layer that rises to the top of the can — and use a little to top each serving before adding the toasted coconut flakes. Directions for rice: Rinse off one cup of rice, put in mason jar or bowl, and fill the remainder of mason jar or bowl with water overnight. Drain and rinse well day after. Place rice in a pot with coconut milk, water, spices and sea salt and vanilla beans are optional. Bring to a boil in pressure cooker with lid off, fasten lid and bring to full pressure, then reduce to lowest heat to maintain full pressure. Cook for 25 minutes. Take off heat and let pressure release naturally for 10 minutes. Release any remaining pressure, add some honey, then fluff up and serve in small bowls. To assemble, scoop out desired amount of black rice into a bowl, top with fruit, toasted coconut, and a drizzle of coconut milk. Enjoy. Directions for coconut and fruits: While the rice is cooking, toast the coconut by preheating the oven to 350°F. Place coconut on a baking sheet and bake for 5 minutes until golden-brown. Cut up any of the fruits to also serve on top. --- Healthy Harlequin: Superhero. Cook. Fitness Nerd. And an overall slayer of Bad Health. Her mission? To VANQUISH all the forces of Bad Health once and for all (and have fun with food and get moving-and-grooving again). Welcome to the world of Healthy Harlequin. You can join us at: Website: healthyharelquin.com Tumblr: healthyharlequin.tumblr.com Instagram: @healthyharlequin Tumblr: @harlequinhealth Represented by: Scott Feldman Two Twelve Management & Marketing 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5300 Faith Kates NEXT Model Management 15 Watts Street New York, NY 10013 212-925-5100x240

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                    • Belly Fat Weight Loss Quick Tips from Dr. Claire Wheeler -- Part One

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                      Dr. Claire Wheeler, Author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Belly Fat Weight Loss" shares a few words about her weight loss program.

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