Step into any American restaurant, and as soon as the plate hits the table, it’s evident that our ideas about serving sizes have become distorted over the years.
Today, an inquisitive shopper wouldn’t be able to find the answer to this question on the back of any food label—but it may be one of the most important nutrition questions we ask.
They can cost twice as much as the regular kind, but are cage-free eggs all they’re cracked up to be? Say cage-free and most people picture chickens clucking about happily with a big red barn in the background. But as reality goes, a cage-free bird’s life isn’t a verse from “Old MacDonald Had a Farm.”
What’s the real meaning of the word “diet”? And why do we call artificially flavored, zero-calorie carbonated water a “diet” product, anyway?
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