Nutritionists and scientists have some news that you might be excited to hear about, especially if you’ve been watching your waistline lately. The rules about what’s “good” and “bad” to eat have been hard set for a long while, but new information indicates that the situation isn’t as black and white as we’ve been told. What we now know about cheese will shock you.
- Simply reading the label on a food will not give you an accurate picture of how it will effect your health.
- Some foods may have a high fat or sugar content, but the other nutrients present will have an effect on how the body processes those components.
- The quality of the food is more important than counting the calories of grams of fat.
“A panel of 18 experts in fields like nutrition, medical science food and epidemiology have concluded that a food’s nutritional value should not be evaluated based solely on the individual measurements of nutrients it contains.”