Diet

Food Texture Fools Us Into False Beliefs About Calorie Counts

Plus Jada Pinkett Smith's new pixie, the strangest dress ever and more of the top stories of the day

• Don't be fooled! A study found that people believe that foods that are chewy, moist and have soft textures have more calories than foods that are hard and crunchy. But that's, of course, a blanket statement and not necessarily true. Don't be fooled into thinking texture determines a food's nutritional destiny, say researchers. [Journal of Consumer Research]

• Kristen Stamper wants to be the world's first gypsy supermodel, and why not? She's really pretty. But she'll have to defy her family's insular culture to do it. [NYPost]

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• This skirt dress is an utter abomination. There are boob cups at the waist. AT THE WAIST. What is that? [Refinery 29]

• Sadness! Mom favorite Ladies Home Journal is folding after 131 years in print. The July issue will be the magazine's last. [Ad Age]

• Jada Pinkett Smith changed up her look with a new short blonde pixie cut. She wore it out with a cute little fedora on Wednesday. We dig. [People Style Watch]

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