These food industry lies are pervasive and persuasive, and pretty convincing if you aren’t willing to scratch below the surface.
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Next time you’re reading about a study, keep all this in mind, and take everything with a big grain of salt (but not actual salt, of course).
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Let’s say we fill a pint glass with water, or about 16 ounces. Now, foolishly enough, add 5 grams of butter to that glass. Delicious.
In the spirit of sharing a “recipe” as others have done, I offer these simple steps for reducing your exposure to toxins in food, whether they were added during processing, packaging, or from environmental contamination.
Krista and Jeff Roche share their terrific recipe for “Energy Balls” — along with their smart philosophy of “Always, Sometimes, and Never” foods.
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “clean eating” hundreds of times. But what about the opposite of clean? Yep, I’m talking about eating… dirty.
Next time you see any of these words used on a label or in an advertisement, think of them as a red flag and consider your choice carefully.