Contributed by Evan Stevens, MSc in Nutritional Science
“What should I eat?” It is a question that is often asked when people learn of my nutrition background. 1,598 more words
From Michael Pollan’s book, “In Defense of Food”:
1. Don’t eat anything your great grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.
2. Avoid food products containing ingredients that are a) unfamiliar, b) unpronounceable, or c) more than five in number, or that include d) high-fructose corn syrup. 30 more words
Do you sometimes find yourself grabbing a vegetable you don’t typically eat in the hopes of finding some way to prepare it? I do this very often but the end result is usually that the vegetable(s) end up spoiling in my fridge. 375 more words
All of my life I have eaten like shit. I make excuses for myself- “I have to go through this drive-thru, I don’t have time to make dinner before my appointment” or “It’s okay to eat that Cinnabon, you walked up the stairs this morning” or even “Wow, who knew that chocolate syrup was so good in cereal?!” But the truth is that I eat the way I do because it’s habitual. 295 more words