Every year, the average American consumes almost 3 pounds of sodium, and seventy pounds of sugar. Most of this excessive intake comes hidden in the processed foods we eat. And that's no accident. In this hour, we'll talk to an investigative reporter who shows us how the junk food industry hooks us with precise "flavor formulas," and though aggressive advertising, keeps us coming back for more.
Michael Moss, New York Times reporter, author of Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us