By Carole Griggs, Ph.D (c)
It’s always interesting to hear what people have deemed as a “good” food and a “bad” food, a “healthy” food and an “unhealthy food”, or what they “should eat” or “shouldn’t eat”.
Take a poll, and you will find that some people claim the following:
Bread makes me fat.
Bread is a healthy carbohydrate.
Eggs have too much cholesterol.
Eggs keep my blood sugar and energy stable.
Meat is bad, I only eat soy.
Soy is poison, I only eat good meats.
Brown rice is my health staple.
Brown rice makes me fat.
Lean meats keep me thin, red meat makes me fat.
Lean meats keep me hungry, red meats keep me thin and satiated.