Would You Eat A 1,300-Calorie Omelette?
The Center for Science in the Public Interest has dished out its "Xtreme Eating 2015" awards, and they aren't pretty ... or healthy.By Christine Slusser | June 3, 2015
Usually, winning an award is a good thing. (Video via Sony Pictures Releasing / "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby")
But there's really no pride in winning the "Xtreme Eating 2015" award from the Center for Science in the Public Interest. To even be considered, meals had to be around the 2,000-calorie range:
"Our winners have what it takes ... a total disregard for the obesity epidemic and the coming diabetes tsunami. Of course, you can't blame restaurants for that. That would be so unfair."