11 ‘Unhealthy’ Foods Nutritionists Eat – BioTrust Radio #49

Like most things in life, when it comes to nutrition and health policy, we like rules and boundaries. We like things laid out plain and simple — in black and white. We like to label foods as “good” and “bad.” Too often, however, this usually doesn’t work out too well, leaving us confused with conflicting (if not downright wrong) information. Eventually, we have to try to set the record straight after years of misinformation and misguidance by busting long-standing nutrition myths. In this episode of BioTrust Radio, we’re discussing 11 so-called ‘unhealthy’ foods that have been unfairly demonized that are, in many cases, quite good for you. Enjoy!

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“As a general rule, food — real food, with as little processing or packaging as possible — is not bad for you.” – Kevin Loria

Pasta, potatoes, gluten, eggs, butter…you shouldn’t be eating these very often — if at all — right? They’re a far cry from healthy, right? Maybe…maybe not…

Inspired by a recent article written by Kevin Loria that was published on the Business Insider website, Shawn and Tim get a little controversial as they discuss the truth about several foods and categories of foods that have been demonized as unhealthy (perhaps wrongly so) for years. They’ll be trying to help set the record straight on so-called unhealthy foods, including:

  • Cheese
  • Eggs
  • Coffee
  • Pasta
  • Milk
  • Potatoes
  • Butter
  • Salt
  • Gluten
  • And more!

Are you confused about these foods or nutrition, in general? Is there a food or diet you’d like for us to weigh in on? Please let us know by leaving a comment below!

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