Avoid eating anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food

I’ve heard an interesting thought about eating healthy. It was some nutritionist who said Avoid eating anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.
I think it sounds pretty solid, what do you think? I believe I’m pretty good at that already, but now I’ll try to think of my food choices from that perspective even more.

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4 Responses to Avoid eating anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food

  1. Nina says:

    Wow, pretty logical thought. I’ve never eaten healthy regularly (I’ve never eaten regularly actually) so I’m feeling very guilty at the moment. I’m gonna try to be more careful from now on, so thank you =)

  2. Kajsa says:

    Men då skulle jag ju aldrig få äta pizza, och så kan jag inte ha det! :)

  3. Cecilia says:

    :) this is a pretty nice advice to go by. But I really love sushi, and I’m not sure my great grandmother would approve 100% of that :)

  4. Araceli Estrada says:

    Ok here goes. My name is Araceli Estrada and I am a foodaholic. I love food. Love it. But as much as I love food, I do try and eat as healthful as possible. I actually really like what this nutritionist is saying. A good friend of mine who is one of the most health conscious people I know once told me to shop the edges of the grocery store only. This is usually where the fruits, vegetables, dairy and proteins are. The rest of the aisles in between have all the processed food that we need to limit or almost never touch. She told me to make sure that what I am eating is as close to its natural state as possible.

    I heard all of this advice while I was clenching a package of Oreos that she was trying to take away from me…which I gave back…but not without taking a few first ;-)

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