Just in time for nationwide implementation of mandatory menu labeling law comes word that a direct connection between eating restaurant meals and weight gain doesn’t exist. “The causal link between the consumption of restaurant foods and obesity is minimal at best,” a new study concludes. Too bad the Brazilian judge who made McDonald’s pay $17,500 to a unit manager who ate too much on the job never read this research. Professors Michael Anderson of the University of California at Berkeley ...

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