Press / November 26, 2012

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Monday Midday Must-Reads

By Charles Platkin, PhD

Airline food is healthier than it used to be, according to a professor nutrition at the City University of New York. Charles Platkin gave the top rating to Virgin America as the airline offers low-calorie options including an arugula salad and a “protein plate” with hummus, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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