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February 1, 2013
businessweek:

The Super Bowl XLVII Guide to Consuming Your Weight in Fast Food

15 servings of queso for your friends and family … or if you’re desperate, yourself.

businessweek:

The Super Bowl XLVII Guide to Consuming Your Weight in Fast Food

15 servings of queso for your friends and family … or if you’re desperate, yourself.

(via theatlantic)

11:02 // 1 year ago
May 20, 2012
11:48 // 2 years ago
April 11, 2012
timesunion:

Hot dogs + Pizza = Hot Dog stuffed pizza crust.
Is your mouth watering yet?
The U.S. might be the worldwide leader in fast food and fat people but British diners will get the first taste of Pizza Hut’s new hotdog-stuffed-crust pizza.
Read more: http://bit.ly/IyP0CN
— Michael J. http://on.fb.me/I47xkE

Today in things that absolutely do not need to exist. Note the use of the phrase “mustard drizzle.”

timesunion:

Hot dogs + Pizza = Hot Dog stuffed pizza crust.

Is your mouth watering yet?

The U.S. might be the worldwide leader in fast food and fat people but British diners will get the first taste of Pizza Hut’s new hotdog-stuffed-crust pizza.

Read more: http://bit.ly/IyP0CN

— Michael J. http://on.fb.me/I47xkE

Today in things that absolutely do not need to exist. Note the use of the phrase “mustard drizzle.”

10:27 // 2 years ago
April 1, 2012
We use the term ‘comfort food’ for a reason. It can help alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression. So it may be that people with depression are turning to [fast food] for relief.
Dr. David Katz, the director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center • Discussing how fast food might be a sign of depression among people who eat eat. Researchers in Spain recently found that people who ate lots of fast food were 51 percent more likely to be depressed. Anyone else surprised by that finding?
11:32 // 2 years ago
November 9, 2010
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We admit it, we’re gluttons for good content. Over the last week, we’ve discovered how quickly the mighty can fall, how the government’s trying to get us to eat more cheese, and what happens when a MSNBC host contributes his own money to a political campaign. We’ve also gained a lot of new friends (hi, guys!) and hope to make a few more along the way. So, with it being Tumblr Tuesday and all, throw us a recommendation in news (or if you want, politics)! We’d really appreciate it. Here are some other recommendations for you guys:
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We admit it, we’re gluttons for good content. Over the last week, we’ve discovered how quickly the mighty can fall, how the government’s trying to get us to eat more cheese, and what happens when a MSNBC host contributes his own money to a political campaign. We’ve also gained a lot of new friends (hi, guys!) and hope to make a few more along the way. So, with it being Tumblr Tuesday and all, throw us a recommendation in news (or if you want, politics)! We’d really appreciate it. Here are some other recommendations for you guys:

11:14 // 3 years ago
November 7, 2010
Healthy? Yeah, right. The government’s pro-cheese efforts
As a culture, our cheese-eating is way higher than it should be. Yeah, it’s tasty, and we know how tough of a habit it is to break (looks down at stomach), but we’ve gotten hooked on it as a culture at large. But the thing you should be really scared about? That, with the help of the government, the dairy industry is pushing us to eat even more of it. Dairy Management, Inc., a government-created industry marketing group, has been pushing for more cheese in foods, even as our culture has slowly been switching to low-fat or even plant-based forms of milk. Some more details:
33 number of pounds of cheese the average American eats yearly source
bad That 33 pounds number is triple what the average American ate back in the 1970s, when the culture was cheesier in general.
worse Cheese is a key source of saturated fat, that kind of really safe fat that’s linked to heart disease and high calories.
worser Dairy Management has been promoting eating more cheese as a form of weight-loss, even though that’s not true.
The government feeds big dairy… Dairy Management is a very powerful group, and has been closely tied to both the Bush and Obama administrations. They have a budget of around $140 million, mostly from fees the government forces on the dairy industry, along with some money directly from the Agriculture Department. This is despite the public get-healthy face that folks like Michelle Obama have pushed in recent years. Not so much.
… And we just eat it up In recent years, Dairy Management’s efforts have led to new products such as Domino’s pizza relaunch (which had way more cheese), Taco Bell’s quesadillas (which have eight times more cheese than any other item on their menu), and cheesy burgers from Wendy’s and Burger King. In 2007 alone, their efforts led to an increase in cheese sales of 30 million pounds. You feel guilty now, don’t you?
» Are you a cheese-snacking fanatic? All of this underlines the big problem: The Agriculture Department is both the regulator and the government group that pushes the economic engine of the farming and dairy industries. This is very problematic for a lot of reasons. By the way, one group that Dairy Management is specifically focusing on: Families who eat lots of cheese and don’t really worry about the health qualms. That’s who these crap food products are marketed towards. Perhaps you should consider ordering your next sandwich without cheese.
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As a culture, our cheese-eating is way higher than it should be. Yeah, it’s tasty, and we know how tough of a habit it is to break (looks down at stomach), but we’ve gotten hooked on it as a culture at large. But the thing you should be really scared about? That, with the help of the government, the dairy industry is pushing us to eat even more of it. Dairy Management, Inc., a government-created industry marketing group, has been pushing for more cheese in foods, even as our culture has slowly been switching to low-fat or even plant-based forms of milk. Some more details:

  • 33 number of pounds of cheese the average American eats yearly source
  • bad That 33 pounds number is triple what the average American ate back in the 1970s, when the culture was cheesier in general.
  • worse Cheese is a key source of saturated fat, that kind of really safe fat that’s linked to heart disease and high calories.
  • worser Dairy Management has been promoting eating more cheese as a form of weight-loss, even though that’s not true.
  • The government feeds big dairy… Dairy Management is a very powerful group, and has been closely tied to both the Bush and Obama administrations. They have a budget of around $140 million, mostly from fees the government forces on the dairy industry, along with some money directly from the Agriculture Department. This is despite the public get-healthy face that folks like Michelle Obama have pushed in recent years. Not so much.
  • … And we just eat it up In recent years, Dairy Management’s efforts have led to new products such as Domino’s pizza relaunch (which had way more cheese), Taco Bell’s quesadillas (which have eight times more cheese than any other item on their menu), and cheesy burgers from Wendy’s and Burger King. In 2007 alone, their efforts led to an increase in cheese sales of 30 million pounds. You feel guilty now, don’t you?

» Are you a cheese-snacking fanatic? All of this underlines the big problem: The Agriculture Department is both the regulator and the government group that pushes the economic engine of the farming and dairy industries. This is very problematic for a lot of reasons. By the way, one group that Dairy Management is specifically focusing on: Families who eat lots of cheese and don’t really worry about the health qualms. That’s who these crap food products are marketed towards. Perhaps you should consider ordering your next sandwich without cheese.

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11:53 // 3 years ago