Here's the tweet
READER Assignment: Please leave your feedback for the FDA.Feeling cheated by junk #food calling itself "healthy"? The @US_FDA wants to hear your story https://t.co/4cQ4AQ8eCq— Michael Moss (@MichaelMossC) February 17, 2017
QUIZ: 2 question competency assessment quiz. Y'all are a smart bunch. I know you'll pass my 2 question "healthy" competency quiz.
A photo speaks 1,000 words. So here is my experience only.
Which photo looks "healthy" from a metabolic disease stand point? In 2017 or 2011?
|Eating while consuming Zero Food Products labeled "healthy- Feb 2017|
|Eating while following the "healthy" labels on cereal and grains Feb 2011|
B. Question #2
Which food template photo allows me to maintain a 74 lb weight loss over 5+ years? These are actual food diaries for me.
Eggs and Kale photo #1 and nutrition info:
|4 eggs, kale, raspberries, olive oil, coconut oil, pink salt black coffee, 2/17/2017|
2017 Nutrition info for photo #1
|Nutrition Info for LCHF 2/17/2017 breakfast, Normal BMI and weight, BMI 21|
2011 breakfast photo images-#2 Photos (with credit) and Nutrition info
|Healthy labeling claims, highly processed|
|Whole grain breakfast example, SAD diet|
|Nutrition Info for "healthy" US Food Product Claim Low Fat Breakfast , Feb 2011, morbidly obese, BMI 34|
Please let me know in comments if you want the Quiz answers and/or if you left a comment for the FDA. Onward. When we know better we do better. Hey, they had me at cinnamon roll... LOL ;)