Browsing the "NPR" Tag

Google Makes Nutrition Data Comparison a Cinch

March 29th, 2014 | by Jill Ettinger

Is there anything Google can't or won't do? I know. That's a silly question. So, what if you want to know the nutrition data comparison, say, between kale and beef? Just go to Google and type it in: "compare kale beef." Or "kale vs. beef."


Mickey D’s Glamorizes Quarter Pounders With Photoshop

July 10th, 2012 | by Jessi Stafford

This time, the McDonald's controversy is not for food poisoning or health standards (thankfully?), but for putting the va-va-voom in Mickey D's infamous Quarter Pounder. NPR wrote about a video portrays a team of McDonald's marketing specialists gearing up for a photo shoot - with airbrushing ready to go for the celebrity model.


Portion Control: A Behavioral Psychologist’s Perspective

June 21st, 2012 | by Mary Gerush

We know we should eat reasonably-sized portions, so why don't we? Matt Wallaert, a scientist and behavioral psychologist who studies why we make the food choices we do, shared some valuable tidbits recently when he was interviewed by NPR's Renee Montagne



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