Fat, calorie info should be on restaurant menus, parents argue Add to ... CTVNews Video Published Wednesday, Jan. 11 2012, 9:08 AM EST Last updated Wednesday, Jan. 11 2012, 9:08 AM EST The vast majority of parents support mandatory nutrition labels at restaurants to help fight childhood obesity, as it would help them make better decisions on how to feed their kids Watch More Video: Why the low loonie is a blessing for Canadian border cities How one cancer victim's letters helped her family grieve Monkey see, monkey do: Primates learn to recognize themselves in mirrors Need motivation at the gym? Try these expert tips Why this Ottawa senior owns more than 350 pairs of skates Start prepping now for your Super Bowl BBQ bash Copenhagen Zoo welcomes its first rhino calf in three decades How lower gas prices are spiking new vehicle sales Countdown to the Super Bowl: Wow the crowd with this zesty guacamole Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore look forward to Oscars Miss Colombia wins Miss Universe title James Franco on why he didn't meet murderer An impossible situation: Father can only save one twin with liver donation Orphaned cougar cub finds new home in Winnipeg zoo How to avoid a cringe-worthy passport photo Do most people fail to practice proper umbrella etiquette? Pinching pennies? Try these money-saving wardrobe fixes Robert Redford discusses freedom of expression at launch of Sundance Paddle boarder captures up-close encounter with pod of orca whales Why this Philadelphia restaurant discourages tipping Comments AA More Related to this Story The key to fending off pounds Willpower's secret weapon? Sugar The hottest diet books of the season: Will one work for you?