Partner content: Are white foods bad for you?

Question: “Are white foods bad for you?” 

Sponsored: Brown eggs vs. white eggs, any difference?

Question: Are brown eggs better or healthier than white and do they taste different? 

Sponsored: Dealing with GERD

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? 

Sponsored: How important is fruit?

Question: I’m trying to lose weight, should I cut out eating fruit?

Sponsored: Learn about jackfruit

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?

Sponsored: “The Dose Makes the Poison”

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.

Sponsored: Who is Laura Lynn?

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?

Sponsored: What Does “Eat Local” Mean When It Comes to Food?

There’s no easy answer to this one because there’s no hard definition of “local”.  For some, local may mean:

Sponsored: What is Erythritol?

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.

Sponsored: A look at "Fasting"

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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