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June 2011


Articles From Calorie Ken in June
Monday Jun 27, 2011 40:00 PM ET
Add or substitute high-fiber foods to your meals and snacks. Mix cereals to enhance the flavor. You'll never need a laxative or fiber supplement, and your only excuse for getting a colonic treatment is that you really enjoy having water shot up your butt.
Monday Jun 20, 2011 30:00 PM ET
Calorie Ken thinks you deserve a break today, and encourages you to have it your way and make your obsession with fries a healthy one. Own your obsession by making your own fries your own way. Slice 'em to the size of your liking. Season 'em to your taste.
Friday Jun 17, 2011 30:00 AM ET
Calorie Ken will be 101 on their 50th wedding anniversary, April 29, 2061. It's quite possible I could live to see it, but in case I don't, "Congratulations, Will and Kate! Thank you for 50 years of swanky love and leadership."
Thursday Jun 16, 2011 20:00 AM ET
Previously, Calorie Ken took a magnifying glass to the father of fast food French fries, McDonald's, and reminded you that their marketing message is "feel good about our food," not, "our food is good for you." Part deux is about size, as it really does matter.
Monday Jun 13, 2011 30:00 PM ET
I thought about cigarette advertising while working on this piece. After all, a cigarette and a French fry are about the same size and shape, both go in your mouth, and both can cause heart attacks.
Tuesday Jun 7, 2011 40:00 PM ET
Diets fail for many reasons, but one main reason is that we exchange real food for what we think we are supposed to eat instead of developing a healthy overall, ongoing balance that includes the occasional indulgence.
Friday Jun 3, 2011 45:00 PM ET
Dear Calorie Ken, Is there a magic cure for a preposterous posterior? Dawn in Ohio Dear Dawn, Calorie Ken loves Pee Wee's Big Adventure, and is particularly fond of this exchange between waitress, Simone, and Pee Wee as they sit in...
Wednesday Jun 1, 2011 30:00 PM ET
Our bodies are machines that need fuel 24/7, so, even if we stay in bed all day, we still burn calories.

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