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What Makes Eating Healthy So Difficult?
Written by Alex Wiederspiel
Last updated on July 01, 2013 @ 12:13AM
Created on June 30, 2013 @ 5:50PM

If eating healthy is important to you it can be a challenge to balance healthy eating with a few cheat meals every now and again.

Not only is it more expensive to eat healthy food,  but staying disciplined is just as difficult. There has been a strong push for fast food chains to put healthier items on their menus, but for one local Morgantown restaurant owner, a menu that provides healthy and wholesome food is a better alternative.

"I wanted to serve food that I like to eat and I generally like to eat healthy food and I know I'm not alone on that. So I put together a menu to serve good, wholesome food to people," said Gary Tannenbaum, owner of the Blue Moose Cafe.

While fast food restaurants like McDonalds spend close to 20% of their advertising time on salads, they estimate that salad makes about three percent of their sales.

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