Nutrition history is riddled with nonsense.
This is good info or at least a good thing to point out that diet isn’t ‘black and white’ in all cases. ‘All things in moderation’ is a better system.
But so many people need a ‘rule’ to cling to and say this is bad and that is good. Calm down.
Also, people tend to make one change in their diet (which has an affect on other choices) and they think that one change did it. I stopped eating fried food one time and lost some weight and felt better. I figured it was b/c I wasn’t eating fried food.
However, b/c I wasn’t eating fried food, I wasn’t eating ANY fast-food. That was the bigger difference.
So people who stop eating processed wheat or gluten or you name it, tend to eat an overall better diet and think it’s b/c they made that one change. Maybe.
Eat a good diet and you know what that is… every kid growing up watching Time for Timer knows what a good diet is. Even w/ all the misinformation out there – eat your vegetables, lean meat, drink water. Enough w/ the gimmicks.
The problem is we all want to get healthy quickly – losing weight takes time just like putting it on did. There’s no ‘get rich quick’ scheme. Eat better. Move around.