Every shirt you throw on your back comes with a label telling you what material it's made from—legally, clothing manufacturers are obligated to disclose that information. But sit down for a restaurant meal, and most eateries haven't even calculated the nutritional contents of what you're about to put in your body. When they do, it's often not pretty. That fried macaroni and cheese at the Cheesecake Factory contains 63 grams of saturated fat, more than what's recommended in a... More >>>