A new study finds that parents are more likely to skip reading the nutrition labels and assume that a food is healthy for their kids if an athlete has endorsed it.
My lunch time eating has been forever transformed by Gillian McKeith and BBC America. By slotting the highly addictive show You Are What You Eat in at around noon my time, I look twice at everything on my plate.
Knocked-up chicks are apparently experiencing the infamous odd-food lust much more today than they were in generations past. A new study shows that 30% more pregnant women are craving weird shit than they were 50 years ago. And yet, a third of these cravings were found to be not for food, specifically, but for…