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GLASGOW, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 07: In this photo illustration a man eats a hamburger ind chips in a cafe on June 7,2006 in Glasgow, Scotland. New figures are suggesting that a large proportion of the population is clinically obese. (Photo Illustration by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
GLASGOW, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 07: In this photo illustration a man eats a hamburger ind chips in a cafe on June 7,2006 in Glasgow, Scotland. New figures are suggesting that a large proportion of the population is clinically obese. (Photo Illustration by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts About Junk Food

The most common definition most people recognize is, “it’s bad for you.” Little to no nutritional value, loaded with sugar, sodium, fat and caffeine. Junk food transcends all food groups and meals.

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Seven Montana Businesses Receive Grant Money to Encourage Farm to School Programs

New grants are flowing to seven Montana businesses in hopes of bringing healthier food to local schools and public institutions.

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Montana Ranks High on Locavore Index, Sixth Best State to Find Locally Grown Food

A recently released study puts Montana near the top of the list of States that eat local food.

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Extreme Food
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11 Extreme Super Bowl Snacks

Only t-minus four days until the big game, so now is the perfect time to start thinking about the most important part of our Super Bowl party-- food. Nachos, sandwiches, pizza and anything greasy goes, as long as it's hardy and semi-manly. But how the heck are we supposed to choose with so many delicious options out there? Answer: go big.

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Food Security a Problem in Montana [AUDIO]

America has a 90 day emergency supply of oil, but most Americans have only a 3-day supply of food.

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Hostess Going Out of Business, Your Childhood Weeps

They say a Twinkie could survive a nuclear war. Hostess, the company that makes the treat, no so much.

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Secret Fast Food Menu Items From Starbucks, McDonald’s and More Revealed

Believe it or not, most fast food joints and quick service chains actually offer a lot more variety and ingenuity than their menus would suggest -- they just hide it from you for some sad, sad, reason.

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Tom’s Opinion on “The Moon”

Cher wins Oscar for “Moonstruck,” high school kids “moon” their friends; Native American tribes used “moons” to tell time. The moon’s gravity affects the ocean tides. Ancient civilizations were fearful of eclipses when the moon blocked out the sun.

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May Is National Hamburger Month

Whether you like yours with extra pickles or without onions, smothered in melted cheese or topped with bacon, you'll be excited to know May is National Hamburger Month.

National Hamburger Month isn't exactly a sanctioned event and greeted with the same fervor as, say, Memorial Day, but it does have roots. White Castle, which celebrates its 90th anniversary this month, reportedly created the gimmick in 1992.

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Is Salt Actually Good for You?

A new development in the battle against salt is leading some scientists to question whether a low-sodium diet is actually healthy for you.

In a study published Wednesday by the Journal of the American Medical Association, Belgian researches "estimated sodium intake of nearly 3,700 participants, with an average age of about 40, by measuring sodium in their urine at the beginning and end of the study."

What they found was that the people with the lowest amount of sodium intake "had no greater protection against high blood pressure after eight years than those who consumed the highest levels," according to the Boston Globe.

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