Anti-carb trend spreads to dogs.
Two new studies reinforce what we've already heard about the difference between the brains of the large and the less so.
Plus Top Chef star Stefan Richter on Entourage, and Chef Susan Spicer initiates class-action suit against BP, all in our morning news roundup.
The Naked Chef talks to Grub Street about obesity, Bloomberg, and his barbecue restaurant with Adam Perry Lang.
Major food companies make changes with inspiration from Michelle Obama and an Oregon city might have L.A. beat on food trucks.
The Food Network renews a popular cooking show and two political heavyweights look at the nation's growing waistlines.
Michelle Obama's food initiatives get support from a former President and Japan puts a haute spin on noodles.
Plus: Clinton weighs in on MObama's childhood obesity plans, and the world's most expensive bowl of ramen, all in our morning news roundup.
A comedian stays late to help close a Miami restaurant and U.S.C. says ads lead to obesity when watching television.
Plus: meet the $18,000 espresso machine, Chinese New Year dining goes upscale, and more in our morning news roundup.
The First Lady's latest project is a large-scale program fighting childhood obesity.
Ingredients did not come from the Presidential garden, the Food Network discloses.
A Kate Moss quote lands her in trouble, while movie popcorn is found to have a smany calories as three McDonald's burgers.
Want to change the way Americans eat? Get the insurance industry involved.
Plus: Norway's cuisine revolution; why overweight children snack in groups
Julie and Julia shown to L.A. and Coke's in the milk biz
Several recently published books that tackle the question: Just how the hell did Americans get so fat?
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You might not guess it from riding the L, but Williamsburg (and Bushwick) are New York's most obese neighborhoods.