It’s time for spring cleaning. And according to Nina Teicholz, writing for the Washington Post, it’s time to put egg-white-only omelets, agave syrup and soy milk where they belong (in the trash). Fill up on real low-carb foods instead and you’ll do your health a favor:
Government nutrition guidelines and magazine advice columns have long promoted healthy substitutes for everyday foods. Whole industries have been built around alternate foods that are supposed to make us feel better and live longer. But in many cases, the healthiest choice is to forgo the “healthy” substitutes.