This lecture was pretty interesting and made me think about my own food preferences. One thing that I noticed I do is taste aversion. Whenever I smell certain foods such as tuna, I get nauseous and find the smell take over the room. I also agree that humans eat bigger portions when they are given to you. At restaurants, I always feel as though I need to finish my meal (even when I'm too full) because the large portion is put in front of me. I also have watched 'My 600-Pound Life' and found that those people feeding the obese people are enabling them because they give them the large amounts of food that they are hoping for. This is something I have witnessed and its sad how some people will never be able to control their portions and therefore never lose weight. Lastly, I can relate to stress induced eating, considering I constantly find myself overeating while I study. But, sometimes when I'm stressed about multiple things, I find myself not having an appetite due to all the stress. Something I've learned from my own research is that anxiety/stress can also decrease your appetite and chronically suppress your appetite leaving you without hunger. This is something I've experienced which I've noticed to be the reason I have not eaten some days. After doing some research, I also found that anxiety can be directly related to eating disorders as well. I attached a link with more info.