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5 “bad” foods you should be eating

By Nicci Micco, February 22, 2010 - 11:25am

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Nicci asks: What food myth have you bought into?

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The fifth food is peanut butter.

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 7:45am

not overeating is the key.

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 7:45am

Dear Ms. Micco:

Potatoes are part of the nightshade vegetables, and so can be problematic (according the the macrobiotic diet). I wish you had singled out sweet potatoes: supposedly one of the best foods around (but a nightshade veggie?).

Beef: it's still a red meat and light meats are inherently healthier (turkey, chicken, etc.). So I'm led to understand.

Laurence Alter
E-mail: questioning@mail.com

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 7:39am

Red meat is harmful for heart . Also same for chest diseases. How should one supply protein ?
It should not be the idea. but should sugg3est the use patterns and methods. Quantify with respect to age, sex and regions. People in developing and least developed countries like nepal are deprived of food for their being.
therefore, ...

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 7:34am

high
i am from egypt and i wish to ask about the popcorn in the dinner is it better or not please send your answer to me
my mail : noha_kotb@yahoo.com

thank you

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 7:30am

Please mail me at njamnadas@yahoo.com
I need to gain weight and build muscles and am struggling. I am 5.1 and weight 36kgs.
Thanks
Nita

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 7:25am

great information

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 6:49am

fied foods like potatoes gets you fat, but eating them in the afternoon is much better.

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 6:33am

does avocado has a high fat content? can i eat at least 1 avocado a day?

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 5:43am

Why are potatoes considered a good source of vitamin C? Are we supposed to eat them raw? Also, what about other cooked fruits and vegetables?

Anonymous

03/25/2010 - 5:24am

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