Healthy Food Guide


Q For years, we’ve been taught to fear fat, and that fat will make us unhealthy. Is this still the case?

Nutrition science is undergoing a seismic shift. Whereas it once focused mainly on nutrients, it has now become much more food-focused. The simple reality is we eat foods, not nutrients. If you get the foods right, then the nutrients will take care of themselves.

By focusing solely on fat, we lose sight of the various health effects of different of fat, and the other nutrients found in food. No one ever eats ‘saturated fat’ — they eat a whole combination of different types of fat at one time. Even super heart-healthy olive oil contains a and their effects on our health, not

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