Have you labeled foods "bad" without even knowing much about them?
Of course you have, that is the way of the world as news and report surface about how this week coffee is terrible for you, then the following week you hear about your liver and digestive health are totally related to how well coffee works.
So what gives?
It wouldn't be out of the question for some perfectly good goods to be labeled otherwise, based on what one person believes based on whatever is deemed paramount at that particular moment.
Granted, foods high in fat and sugar are the first ones targeted, but what about something like peanut butter, almonds, avocados and olive oil? All of those foods are high in fat if you go by the typical label you'll see on all of these products.
But what you might not know is these foods are high in unsaturated fats and not the ugly brother of that: saturated.
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