Press / December 10, 2010

Seattle Times: Travel Updates: Mexico City Cleans Up Its Air

By Charles Platkin, PhD

For fliers who worry about their waistlines instead of their bottom lines, a public health advocate is weighing in on the nutrition of airline food.

Charles Stuart Platkin, a college professor and editor of DietDetective.com, has rated the snacks and meals offered by the nation’s largest airlines.

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