Originally Posted by Andy M.
Of course they're not comparing apples to apples. They're comparing single portions of different foods to donuts. It underlines the hidden dangers in foods that have the appearance of being healthful.
Some of those servings really are not comparable. E.g., the Subway sandwich and the salad. If I am hungry enough to eat one of those, one Krispy Kreme doughnut isn't going to be enough.
The cupcake, the Luna Bar, and the yogourt seem like a fair comparisons.
I'm all in favour of pointing out hidden dangers in foods, especially the ones that seem healthy. There is probably a lot of fat and salt in the Subway sandwich and the salad.
And that vitamin water - why does it have any sugar?