This must explain something about us (obesity? stupidity?)

Wired illustrates a balanced “media diet:” “entertainment” is the “whole grains” or foundation of the pyramid; and “news,” yes, is to be consumed at “fruit/veggie” levels, with slightly more “traditional [news] (NYT/WSJ/Wired)” than “aggregators and blogs.” (And yet, as this Washington Post rendering shows, the New Food Pyramid is no longer hierarchically presented. Should a media pyramid still be?)

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Liz Cox Barrett is a writer at CJR.