If healthy food is so healthy, why does it have higher calories?
I never understood why, shouldn't they technically be lower calorie.
The term healthy means ones thing ... the profile of micro nutrients and the ratios of macro nutrients compared with each other.
Is healthy good really higher in calories? I don't really think it is. A broiled lean chicken breast versus a hamburger patty--no contest. Fresh vegetables versus the one in the frozen food sections with all the sauces on it - are much lower and better for the body.
What foods are you saying are higher if healthy? I probably should know this.
Like "there's only 90 calories" but when opened its just a smaller portion or the 400 calorie kashi, luna, etc bars. Sometimes I compare and by the label a candy bar is better.
by Ingenira 7 years ago
What is the healthy food that you take most frequently ?
by Gina Welds Hulse 16 months ago
Can you get all of your nutrition from food? Why or why not?
by India Arnold 6 years ago
How can people find tasty healthy food while living a hectic city life?
by saturdaymusings 8 years ago
why can't anyone make healthy food that tastes good?first of all, read this:http://readrue.blogspot.com/2010/04/why … althy.html
by bmcoll3278 6 years ago
Eat good food and die young or healthy food and live longMany of the best tasting foods are the worst for you. So would you rather eat whatever you want knowing you will loose ten years off your life . Or eat only healthy not always tasty foods to have the extra 10 years.
by Jennifer Madison 6 years ago
Which country has the most healthy food?
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