WASHINGTON — More than half of consumers (52%) say it’s easier to do their taxes than to know what they should and shouldn’t eat to be healthier, with obese Americans (body mass index 30+), older consumers (65-80) and women most likely to agree that changing information makes it hard to know what to believe. That’s per the International Food and Information Council Foundation’s 2012 Food & Health Survey. “They are looking for specific items on the ...
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