WTF should I eat
Seriously, what to eat what not to eat. Growing up we were made to believe milk is good to build bones. Today we hear milk doesn’t build bones. Dr...
Seriously, what to eat what not to eat. Growing up we were made to believe milk is good to build bones. Today we hear milk doesn’t build bones. Dr Mark Hyman in his book, ‘Food: WTF Should I eat?’ published Hachette India looks at every food group and explains where we’ve gotten it all wrong. He begins each chapter with a quiz which most of us may fail and sums it all up before ending with the list of ‘WTF Should I Eat’ and ‘WTF Should I Avoid’.
He says we must avoid low-fat or nonfat yoghurt, an dyoghurt that contains fruit, sweetner, additives, or anything extra. He also tells us to avoid processed cheese that contains preservatives, additives, flavouring. He makes it harder for most of us when he says avoid Ketchup and tomato sauce unless you make it yourself or buy the kind made without sugar. In addition to mythbusting, Dr Hyman shares his own style of eating based on years of research, easy-to-understand science and recipes.
A supporter of organic food, he says, “The $1 trillion food industry provides us with all sorts of ‘healthy’ options: low-fat, high fiber, whole-grain, gluten-free _ most of which are the opposite of healthy. My food rule is if there are health claims on the label, what’s inside is probably unhealthy.”