According to nutrition experts there are some junk foods that are good for you despite their fat content. These include pork rinds, alcohol (in moderation), beef jerky, real sour cream, coconut and dark chocolate. Then those same experts encourage us to eat more shredded wheat, check the salt content of every food before you buy, and have at least five half-cup servings of fruit and vegetables daily. Somehow sour cream on shredded wheat does not sound right, and I have yet to find pork rind packages that state “50% less salt”.
My point? You can’t have it both ways. If you are going to indulge in junk food, just do it. Enjoy and then stay away for several days or weeks, if you can.
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It may be an old bromide, but since I started with food, I’ll use it anyway, “The proof is in the pudding.” Check out what DDA does in the medical and corporate arenas. Then sign up with us. It will be a sweet experience.
Entry by: elizabeth