Social media has changed the dining experience

Sixty percent of U.S. diners report browsing through pictures of food on social media, and 75 percent say they’ve chosen places to eat based off these pictures alone, according to a National Dining Trends Survey by Zagat.

Hydrating for a happy, healthy summer

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 44 percent of adults drink fewer than four cups of water per day, which is less than half of the recommended eight glasses per day. In some cases, water is not drunk at all. One can last for about two months without food but would die in about seven days without drinking water.

Balanced Meal

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 23 out of 50 states here in the United States had an obesity prevalence of over twenty five percent and 18 out of 50 states had an obesity prevalence of over thirty percent.