Pizza, burgers, burritos, nachos, quesadillas. There's cheese in our salads, our sandwiches, our soups and our pizza crust. Since 1970, we've gone from 8 pounds per person per year to 23 pounds. That's bad news for our arteries and waistlines. On the bright side, full-fat ice cream is dipping, and (mostly low-fat) yogurt is booming.
— From the Center for Science in the Public Interest's (www.cspinet.org) Changing American Diet Report Card. The highest grade is a B+ for fats and oils (we're replacing transfats and saturated fats). The lowest grade is a D+ for sweeteners (we consume a lot of sugar and high-fructose corn syrup).