CALORIE CONUNDRUM and other thoughts from Refresh, the blog of SN Whole Health

March 2011
SN: Supermarket News;2/28/2011 Whole Health Supplement, p26
Several excerpts from Refresh, the blog of "SN Whole Health," including a response to a study on calories consumed by shoppers, an aside related to an actuarial study on the cost of obesity, and a statement from a libertarian on the plans for mandatory nutrition labeling on meat are presented.


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