At the start of the New Year, many people feel compelled -- and motivated -- to improve their diet and health. But even though this resolution is popular, a new study finds evidence that people aren't living up to it. In fact, it turns out that Americans buy greater quantities of high-calorie foods in January through March than any other time of the year.
However, it turns out shoppers buy the greatest amount of food after the New Year, not during the holidays. This amounts to 9 percent more calories than average.