We’ve been mislead about how to have a healthy relationship with food. For some reason, we’ve been taught to think that “good” or “healthy” eating and nutrition is about getting the largest volume of food into our stomachs with the least amount of calories. I am not sure where this trend started, but it’s definitely perpetuated in our food marketing, media, and a lot of nutrition advice. Our society’s idea of nutrition has become about how much sheer volume we can pack into ourselves without “exceeding calories.” Read more…
June 29, 2012
From the Archives: Food Culture Commentary
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