Learn about Katie’s documentary “Fed Up,” which tackles obesity in America and the truth behind one of the greatest health crises of our time. How did this happen and what should we be doing to live healthier and longer? Then, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso shares her top tips for success and her own unique career path. Plus, find out the surprising facts on when foods and products really expire!
More than one third of American adults are obese and more than 9 million kids are overweight. In two decades, 95% of Americans will be overweight or obese. Katie reveals the truth behind the obesity epidemic in her new documentary, "Fed Up."
The average American eats 152 pounds of sugar in a year. What is all this sugar doing to our health and why is this one of the greatest health crises of our time? Plus, find out why it’s so hard to kick your sugar habit.
Kids develop a desire for sugar before they can even speak - and that's no accident. Companies spend almost two billion dollars annually to market food to children, and kids watch an average of 4,000 food-related ads every year.
So many families are trying to make healthy food choices, but it's not always that easy to do. The Kemper family knows all about that. Kathy Dolgin, otherwise known as High Voltage, shows off some healthy recipes and snacks.
In just seven years, Sophia Amoruso, went from broke anarchist and quasi-criminal to CEO of the $100 million fashion company, Nasty Gal... and she's only 30 years old!
How often do you have food in your kitchen and wonder if it is still good to eat? Katie’s health expert breaks down whether you should taste or toss it.