I don't have to tell you that people eat crappier food late at night than they do in the light of day. You probably figured that out when Taco Bell invented a fourth meal in the middle of the night. But according to Massive Health's interactive map of self-reported food quality, we're on a slippery health slope from the time we wake up in the morning. Food choices get consistently more lousy as the day wears on.
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