When it comes to healthy eating, Americans are all talk and little action. A new study shows most of us say we want restaurants to offer better food choices, but apparently we aren’t willing to put our money where our mouths are.
when it comes to healthy eating, americans are all talk and little action, at least that’s the finding after just-released study. apparently we wouldn’t willing to put our money where our mouths are. dinner time at broad ripple pub. >> in my mind they are more healthy and the potato chips he’s eating. >> what about the salt and oil? >> that’s why i just came from the gym. >> according to a survey that tracks restaurant men uses, 3/4 of adults claim they would like to see more healthy items on restaurant menus, but barely half save they actually order them. >> it’s fairly important to me. go ahead, you can eat. >> the survey found taste and hunger satisfaction are the essentials cited by most americans. >> this is definitely healthy. >> even with bacon on it? >> especially with bacon. and with the ketchup on the fries. >> there are more healthy items on the menu. >> peanuts, walnuts and k