Study Indicates Americans’ Confusion About Health and Wellness

More than half of Americans — 56% — say they are trying to lose weight, yet nine out of 10 do not know how many calories they should consume in a day, according to the findings of a study released yesterday by the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation here.

WASHINGTON — More than half of Americans — 56% — say they are trying to lose weight, yet nine out of 10 do not know how many calories they should consume in a day, according to the findings of a study released yesterday by the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation here. The foundation’s 2007 Food & Health Survey was conducted with 1,000 American adults online over a three-week period. Findings of the study, which explores consumer attitudes about calories, weight manage

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