"Everything in moderation" and other harmful nutrition beliefs

10/4/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Registered dietitian Andy Bellatti writes that it's time to get rid of harmful dietary beliefs, including the claim there are no bad foods, that people need to be realistic about dieting and that avoiding some food groups makes for unhealthy eating. The phrase "everything in moderation," he writes, improperly equalizes all foods, suggesting that eating muffins and soda should be approached in the same way as eating peaches and tomatoes.

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