Simply telling people to eat better isn't enough.
Upgrading Halloween treats might take a bite out of child labor.
Turning the tide on diabetes will require the next generation to establish healthy habits early on.
When McDonald's staged a gourmet feast, it reminded me of the time I judged a Spam cooking contest.
Making healthy food taste good will require a spending increase that's not on the table.
Unless you're in danger of overdosing on exercise, don't eat like it.
Cutting out most added sweeteners from my diet helped me stop "retaining food."
Americans need credible nutrition advice they can trust, not a choice between quacks and "experts" sold out to junk food companies.