Healthful food for thought

Healthful food for thought

From the editor

The clever tweet, written shortly after McDonald’s said in July it would include more fruit and fewer fries in its kid-oriented options, read something like this: “The Cookie Monster now eats vegetables and McDonald’s Happy Meal is healthy. Childhood is officially dead.”

I don’t know where the tweet originated, and I certainly hope its conclusion is false. But one thing is certain: Our nutritional orientation is changing at the speed of

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