Deceptive food: why food-like substances can be a stealth hazard.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has done this before, but never this entertainingly. Filmmaker Casey Neistat did a wonderful little short for the New York Times about the actual calorie content of fast food and snack food. I think this might drive the point home why maybe we might want to get less fast food and make more of our food at home, where we have a bit more control about what goes into it. On the other hand, one of these places actually got their “halo effect” a little more polished. Not going to reveal it, but let me just say I think I should take advantage of FebruANY before it’s over.

Casey Neistat: Calorie Detective

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