Tired Of Unhealthy Dietary Misinformation?

Well, on the off-chance that you are, I’d like to point you in the direction of the extremely talented Dr. Hilary Greenebaum, who’s wonderful website I had the honor of contributing to this week.

I had a lot of fun writing this guest post, as it gave me the opportunity to really get stuck into some of the scientific minutiae substantiating a whole-food plant-based diet, and, once again, fully appreciate the comfort that only facts and figures can sometimes provide!

We are swamped in nutritive myths peddled by mainstream media on a daily basis, and it’s no wonder we struggle to see the wood for the trees when persistently drowned in dietary fallacies. But enough said here, if you fancy checking it out…just click this link.

A quick word about my good friend over at Better Eating For Life though. Hilary’s work is just phenomenal. Dedicated to furnishing the – too often over overlooked – facts only, she’s created a wonderful 11-part video series which educates on the many benefits of adopting a WFPB diet, in addition to helping you successfully make the transition. So, be sure to go check it out!

To wrap up, I’m interested to know how you feel about the mainstream media’s handling, or even mishandling, of nutritional information.

Any thoughts or comments on this, stick them in the box below…

In-Text Image Credit: Better Eating For Life

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  • Anita

    I’m really not a fan of mainstream media packaging of diets – I think most of the “magic solutions” rely on extreme and largely unsustainable diets like wholly avoiding carbs for instance. Or going 100% raw, or plant based. All that is very hard work, hence easier to fail at, and hence easier to fall out of! I love your approach – balance really is the key in my mind. Exactly like we were taught in school!

    • thebalancebrigade

      Thank you so much for your input, really appreciate it! So true, balance is key in whatever you do… while maintaining a healthy skepticism for all you read/hear/see with media!

  • PureJoy bynina

    Thanks so much for sharing, I think you have a great blog. I am looking forward do follow you and your blog. You are amazing! 🙂

  • PureJoy bynina

    Love your blog! Looking forward to follow you! Thanks a lot, you are amazing 🙂

    • thebalancebrigade

      Cheers! Thank you so much – means a LOT! 🙂

      • PureJoy bynina


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