MCDONALD’S “healthy” options can contain MORE calories than some of its favourite burgers, soft drinks and desserts. Dishes including its Hamburger at 250 calories, contain fewer weight-gaining units than the Crispy Chicken Salad at 265 calories ...
Breakfast can be confusing — especially if you grew up eating Cookie Crisp and SunnyD (whoa, nostalgia). What constitutes a healthy, complete breakfast? How can you make your breakfast faster but still nutritious? Should you eat carbs? What about fat?
Many, perhaps most, products labeled “heart healthy” actually CAUSE or contribute to heart disease, an incredible situation that has developed due to the eagerness of Big Food to profit from this claim. We avoid all foods labeled “heart healthy.”
Like almost everyone else in the U.S., I have tried a lot of diets and exercise regimens over the years, without much success or benefit. I was suffering from high blood pressure and high cholesterol and consulted fellow doctors and nutritionists.
The subject of this question is the source of a disagreement. Initially, the question was thought settled decades ago, when scientist Ancel Keys declared all saturated fats unhealthy. Coconut oil, which is solid at room temperature, is a saturated fat.