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Viewed more broadly, they're meant to improve public health by avoiding unhealthful levels of air pollution.
Begin today by throwing out all foods with unhealthful fats.
John Mackey, the founder and CEO of Whole Foods natural products superstores, recently told the press that he reluctantly agreed to sell coffee--along with meat, seafood, beer and wine because he considers such foodstuffs unhealthful.
The jury found that the residents' cigarette use was so constant and so heavy that it rose to the same nuisance level as loud parties or excessive noise and created an unhealthful condition for other residents.
Improvements to the techniques used to hydrogenate vegetable oils could soon fill store shelves with packaged foods containing reduced quantities of unhealthful trans fats.
The EHC continues to make such unhealthful mixed land uses a priority in its activities.
Gobs of unhealthful fat, teaspoons of salt, mounds of sugar.
Specific topics include the importance of height for both child development and playground safety, the very real problem of obesity among children as exacerbated by unhealthful diets and insufficient physical activity, the nature and benefits of children's climbing behaviors, and so much more.
You hear several explanations: Big food companies are pushing supersize portions of unhealthful foods on us; we have become a sluggish nation of couch potatoes; and families eat too much fast food.
Things like clutter, sharp angles, nooks and crannies, and excessive storage space slow down this energy, causing it to stagnate and become unhealthful.