Question: “Are white foods bad for you?”
Question: Are brown eggs better or healthier than white and do they taste different?
Question: My doctor has told me I have reflux and need to follow a “reflux diet” but I don’t know what that means. Can you help?
Question: I’m trying to lose weight, should I cut out eating fruit?
Question: I’ve been reading about JACKFRUIT and notice that there are many products with jackfruit at Ingles that look like meat – is this a good alternative to eating meat?
Many people are fond of throwing around fearmongering words like: “poisonous”, “toxic”, and “dangerous” when it comes to certain foods, beverages, or ingredients – especially if it is something they don’t like or approve of.
Question: I’ve recently moved to NC and just started shopping at a nearby Ingles Markets. Who is “Laura Lynn” and who makes these products?
There’s no easy answer to this one because there’s no hard definition of “local”. For some, local may mean:
Erythritol is a classified as a polyol or sugar alcohol and is a type of carbohydrate. It is found naturally in some foods like pears, melons, and grapes and can be manufactured.
Different forms of “fasting” seem to be in the news a lot lately from “time-restricted eating” (TRE), to intermittent fasting (IF) and circadian rhythm eating (CRE).
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