Stomach-punching junk food art replaces logos with calorie counts

Jonathan Keshishoglou
You Vs. Junk Food
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Junk food brands don't exactly love mandatory "nutrition facts," which is why they usually hide all that health stuff behind flashy colors and logos.

But an Instagram account called Calorie Brands wants to bring those pesky nutrition facts around to the front of the box, creating tasteful art of food brands that replace the original logo with calorie counts.

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So you may be less inclined to buy a jar of Nutella if it was instead called "4520 Calories." Although these counts are for the whole container, not a single serving. Unless you eat entire jars of Nutella in one sitting, in which case you should talk to someone about that.

See more on the Calorie Brands Instagram and Tumblr pages. And of course, stay healthy.

[H/T: Bored Panda]