Here’s the latest goal for food makers: Perfect the art of imperfection.
Apparently, fast-food frequenters have no idea how many calories they’re ordering up at the counter.
Fast food has become ubiquitous in the American diet, with over 25% of Americans eating fast food two or more times a week. So it’s especially concerning that a 14-year study published in the American Journal of Preventive …
How did Lunchables get created? Moss pulls back the curtain on the processed food industry and why it’s so obsessed with sugar, salt and fat
The good news: we’re eating fewer calories. The bad news: that’s not translating into lower obesity rates.
The Pediatric Academic Societies convened in Boston for their annual meeting starting Saturday. Here’s a quick update of some of the useful research presented.
All French fries are not created equal. It turns out that sodium levels in the same fast food items can vary significantly between countries, according to a recent study — and can you guess which country’s Big Mac is especially …
Telling people to choose healthy foods isn’t working. A better solution may be to let people eat whatever they want—just not to increase their calories over time
Contrary to popular wisdom, eating at McDonald’s isn’t exactly cheap, costing some $28 for a family of four. Which might help explain the results of a recent study from the University of California, Davis, which found that …
More American families are eating out than ever before, but what impact are all of those out-of-home meals having on health, not to mention our waistlines?
This week on the podcast, we discuss three topics: How restaurant chains may mislead you when writing their menus; whether nutraceuticals work; and new data on the perils of sexting. To hear the podcast, click this play button: