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Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Get ready for an onslaught of guilty feelings about healthy eating this summer -- as London's Summer Olympics starts up this week, we can not only look forward to idyllic images of the British countryside at the opening ceremony, but also a nuanced description of athletes' meal that will make even the most mindful eater feel humbled.

Not that it's all Brussels sprouts and beets in the Athlete's Village. McDonald's, one of the Games biggest sponsors, has included a 24-hour restaurant right where the athletes are eating, and the UK head of the chain, Jill McDonald, has predicted it will be the busiest area, according to an interview with the UK Sun.

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