IU Health hospitals eliminate some unhealthy foods, beverages

02/21/2013 | WRTV-TV (Indianapolis)

Indiana University Health is fighting obesity by eliminating deep fryers, regular soda and sports drinks at its hospitals. It also may add juice to the list. IU Health's executive director of nutrition and dietetics said the goal is to reduce calorie intake because 65% of Indiana residents are overweight or obese.

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