Here's a pop quiz: If you have young children at home, which of the following is likely to eat up the larger percentage of your household income? A. Books and other educational materials B. DVDs, CDs, music downloads, and trips to the movies C. Video games D. Fast food You're probably not surprised to discover that the right answer is D. But you might be surprised to discover that, if you're a parent, you will most likely spend more on fast food this year than on A, B, and C combined. Restaurants are no more kind to our children's health and well-being than they are to our own: The typical burger, soda, and fries that you and I ate as kids contains an average of 214 more calories today than that same meal did in the 1970s — enough to add at least 3 pounds of weight a year to your child's body, even if he or she ate that fast-food meal just once a week... Read the full story.Have any "worst foods" you've discovered in your travels? If so, share them here.