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10 nutrition myths

April 8, 2010

David “They have some interesting recipes.  I’m not 100% confident of the science behind their statements but . . . they did take time to explain and present a reasonable, science based argument.  You decide.  I liked the article. Besides, you want to provide food which insures your clients will be able to come back again and again.  Right?!”

Some nutrition myths bounce around on crazy e-mail chain letters and pop up on goofy evening news reports. Others fuel the sale of rip-off diet books. Some are so accepted they seem hardwired into our brains. Take deep-fried foods, for example. They’re universally bad for you, right? Well, no. When we challenged ourselves to explore whether fried foods could be made healthy, we discovered that, when done properly under conditions any home cook can mimic, fried foods don’t have to be forever banished from a healthy diet.

Read more and find some great recipes . . . click below.

Dig in! 10 nutrition myths debunked – TODAY Food and wine

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