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Today’s Foodism: Fast Food is Out; Home Cooked Meals Are In

Andrew Weil

 

Sadly, we have grown quite accustomed to foods that have morphed into altered states, designed to withstand the test of time—or at least to last longer than its natural counterparts. While not all processed foods are bad for us, undoubtedly a major shift towards freshness will see an improvement in the health of countless millions. To really know what you’re eating, why not prepare your food fresh yourself? We can do without the added sodium, fat and other ingredients that mean us nothing but harm.

 

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2 Comments on Today’s Foodism: Fast Food is Out; Home Cooked Meals Are In

  1. Home cooing is better, but that is just a hamburger and fries. Not very “altered.”

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    • I’ll take a home cooked burger and fries over the fast food version on any given day of the week. Fast food fried everything? No thanks. Broil a leaner burger that doesn’t necessarily have to drip in fat; same goes for the fries. Look a little deeper than the surface picture.

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