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Sugar Addiction is Not Real

Everywhere you look, someone seems to be talking about “sugar addiction.” They’re either talking about doing a sugar detox to help get over their “addiction”, or they’re talking about how they don’t keep sweets in the house because they’re “addicted” and can’t control themselves around it. Many people also completely forbid their children from having sugar […]

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The Myth of Good and Bad Foods

Raise your hand if you think there are good and bad foods. I admit, I used to think so too. As humans, we really love binary thinking. Black and white, good and bad, healthy and sick, high and low, etc. It’s an easy way for our brains to divide things up into categories and make […]

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The Myth of “Eat Small Frequent Meals”

Many of us grew up eating three meals a day. Then somewhere along the way, the idea that eating small frequent meals was somehow better for us started to make the rounds. But is it actually better? Does eating more often help us to lose fat better than eating the standard three meals per day? […]

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