Lately, evidence has emerged to show that some foods considered 'bad' are actually not so bad for you, and some foods, traditionally considered 'good', may not be as good for us as we'd always believed. These include:
The Western diet contains an average of 16.6 mmol/day of sulphate compared with the 2.7 mmol/day consumed by the average rural African. Animal studies have shown that high levels of sulphated polysaccharides
American heart disease guru Dr Dean Ornish recently wrote: "Say no to the egg" (New York Times, Sept 15, 1997). ...