Could the "Bad" Foods Actually be GOOD for You? (Bad Food Bible review)

There's a lot of fear, confusion, and misinformation when it comes to nutrition and our food choices. There are a lot of people out there who will speak with certainty that one food is going to kill you or that another is magical and will cure any disease. In reality though, things aren't that black and white and sometimes the things that everyone "knows" to be true about nutrition aren't true at all. In the Bad Food Bible: How and Why to Eat Sinfully, Dr. Aaron Carroll, a pedatrician, New York Times writer, and host of Healthcare Triage, explains why many of the foods that you've been told are bad for you might not be that bad after all and some may even have benefits! He looks at the evidence we have from nutrition research and then breaks it down in a way that is easy to understand and enjoyable to read. The Bad Food Bible is divided into chapters with each one covering a different food, food group, or ingredient. I loved reading the Bad Food Bible and I think it's something most people could benefit from reading too. I see The Bad Food Bible as a book that will do a lot to help people feel less fear around the food they eat and enjoy their food more.


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