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(MODEL RELEASED IMAGE).Every week, the Revis family (foreground, Brandon curling weights; background, left to right, Rosemary, Tyrone, and Ron) faithfully trekked to the health club in the Wakefield Medical Center, a hospital complex in Raleigh, North Carolina, for two-hour exercise sessions. They enjoyed the workouts, but found them so time-consuming that they wound up eating more fast food than ever. Fearing its potential impact on their health, they ultimately gave up the club in favor of dining and exercising at home. Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 268).