NPR: Tracking The Junk Food The World Eats After Dark

May 22, 2012

People around the world show remarkable similarity in their daily eating habits: meals start off healthy in the morning, but get progressively worse throughout the day – until by nightfall we're deep into junk food territory. Just take a look at these images from mobile startup Massive Health. Focus on the dots over North America in the upper left, which indicate the healthiness (green) or unhealthiness (red) of people's meals at different times of day.

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At 10 a.m. Eastern, North Americans are eating healthy breakfasts, according to data from Massive Health's mobile app Eatery.