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Published August 25th, 2014

Running time: 4 Minutes

Why is America so fat? A recent article by Sam Apple in Wired magazine entitled “All you can eat: An audacious new research effort aims to discover what actually makes us fat” takes us through a Nutrition Science initiative that is embarking on a new study which aims to find the definitive answer to this age old question.

By Erin Fairbanks

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Would you sink so low as to use bottled salad dressing? Erica Wides hopes not. On a brand new Let's Get Real, Erica Wides looks into the foodiness factor of the salad dressings that so many Americans like to pour on their "salads" these days. Find out out why the kale craze gets Erica's approval but why grilled chicken breast should never ever be put in your salad. This program was sponsored by Cain Vineyard & Winery. Music by Four Lincolns.

"Why can't we as a species evolve beyond the consumption of just chicken breasts? They have other parts, you know?" [6:00]

-- Erica Wides on Let's Get Real


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This week on Eating Disorder, Spyro and Crazy Legs take on food at the movies. Welcoming guest Kevin Carr, host of the radio show Fat Guys at the Movies, to aid in the discussion, the guys delve right into movies where food is a predominant factor. From innocent rom-coms like Simply Irresistable to the darker Hannibal Lecter movies to the popular documentary Super Size Me, food seems to be at the epicenter of many films throughout the years. Tune in as the guys bring up some of their favorite food scenes, particularly in the infamous Pulp Fiction, and point out how food is elevated in some of our favorite, timeless films. This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

"Starting in the 90s with Emeril and all the Food Network shows that everybody watches but nobody makes the food because the recipes never work... I think Hollywood wants to consider itself in the know and trendy." [33:53]

"I think Eat, Pray, Love would have been a better movie had it been a cannibal thing... Eat, Prey, Love." [35:53]

--Kevin Carr on Eating Disorder


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