Overeating is a cultural phenomenon, dietitian argues

10/22/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Overeating has become a cultural phenomenon, with people unwilling to pass up fattening treats or cheap food, and more people turning to convenience foods and eating on the go, registered dietitian Timi Gustafson writes. She argues that changing the culture must first focus on getting children to eat healthier and then work to improve health education about food and nutrition.

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