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Focus on good and bad foods has unintended consequences

By Alan Titchenal and Joannie Dobbs

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 25, 2014

~~<p>Most of us are influenced by our own mental list of &quot;good&quot; and &quot;bad&quot; foods. Unfortunately, if we eat according to this good food/bad food focus, it can put us at risk for not meeting some of our basic nutrient needs.</p>
<p><strong>QUESTION</strong>: How did we get into this &quot;good&quot; and &quot;bad&quot; way of thinking about food?</p>
~~

Most of us are influenced by our own mental list of "good" and "bad" foods. Unfortunately, if we eat according to this good food/bad food focus, it can put us at risk for not meeting some of our basic nutrient needs.

QUESTION: How did we get into this "good" and "bad" way of thinking about food? Login for more...



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