December 28, 2018 Healthy Foods 22 Comments BIG Admin Misconceptions about Health Food – mental_floss on YouTube (Ep. 27) A weekly show where we debunk common misconceptions. This week, Elliott discusses some misconceptions about health food! Want more of Elliott? source Tagged: chick... , cooking , diet , eat , eating , Elliott Morgan , farm , Food , fructose , health , healthy , John Green , Mental Floss , Misconceptions (TV Program) , sugar , table Related Articles Kids Snacks Recipes| Healthy Snacks for Kids| Kids Recipes| Kids Breakfast Recipes| Easy Kids Recipe Posted On February 22, 2020 ~ 0 Comments For more videos, subscribe to our channel The Food Station now. 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Other ideas is to call it "near produced" if it come from a place within 80 km from the place where it is sold, 80 km came from that is a distance I often reached with both public and private transportation. P.S Sorry for my poor spelling and grammar. reply to comment → Aleksi Joensuu December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am If you want more nutritional value from your non-organic vegetables, then just eat a little more of them. They're good for ya anyway. reply to comment → KJ Hamnik December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am Okay, so the Organic question. Most of the farmers around here have certified organic food. HOWEVER, I refuse to pay more for something that costs less to produce. Here's my argument. Organic means that no pesticides or chemicals were used in the growing or production of the food — therefore it costs LESS for the farmer to produce. WHY DOES IT COST MORE TO BUY? Simply illogical and food that is not deemed to be organic — (moronic word usage – it's all organic fgs) is just as nutritious when prepared right. reply to comment → Straticus1018 December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am Go Beavs reply to comment → Philip Hyers December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am I only eat things I think taste good and I enjoy. I also train 3 days a week and exercise 4 days a week. and I don't like donuts or any of there kin🙂 reply to comment → wholeNwon December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am My bacteriology professor never ate raw vegetables and I don't either. I'm not aware of any health benefits to be derived from eating "anti-oxidants". reply to comment → Da Hai Zhu December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am so the last misconception isn't reply to comment → Steven Joyner December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am can you do a spot about mad magazine and its artists, I think it would be interesting reply to comment → Jenna Brandis December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am Who's watching this for health class reply to comment → Jolin S. December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am Sorry guys, it wouldn't let me keep writing. reply to comment → Jolin S. December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am My own list: 1. Fat IS actually very good for you!!2. Diet soda is MUCH worse for you than regular, plus, just having real sugar makes it taste ten times better!!3. You don't need to worry about cholesterol, and calories is not what you need to worry about if your trying to lose weight, just because a food doesn't have a lot of calories doesn't mean that it's healthy!!4. Different foods absorb more chemicals than others, for example, while apples may absorb most of the chemicals sprayed on them, oranges may not, bottom line, ORGANIC MATTERS!!5. There's a big difference between fit and healthy, so just because you work out doesn't mean that you can eat what ever you want!!6. Adding a whole bunch of vitamins and minerals into a food doesn't necessarily make it healthier, the main reason that I don't like pasteurized milk is that in the process of pasteurizing it a lot of the vitamin get taken out, so they add some vitamins back in, the problem is that your body doesn't how to abs reply to comment → WAQWBrentwood December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am I'm consuming a local organic agricultural product as I watch this…..If ya know what I'm sayin…….. reply to comment → Hiccup Hufflepuff December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am I actually laughed at 4:15 That is sad. Also, another misconception not mentioned here is that "organic" doesn't mean "no pesticides." It just means the poisons they used weren't synthetic, so rinse your organic produce, everybody. reply to comment → SlavaZone December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am While this video had good intentions, it basically just scolded people for being ignorant and then failed to provide any substitutes/actual healthy foods. No mention of "eat less processed foods and eat/cook most of your food directly from the earth." They could have easily said "look for whole-wheat bread that has few ingredients, no high fructose corn syrup (which is sadly in most cheap breads), and nothing bleached or enriched." No mention that the YOKE color is what determines quality/nutrition of an egg. (Btw, chicken egg yolks should actually be dark orange; we just know it to be yellow cuz we've been eating eggs from overworked hens for so long.) And there were absolutely NO mentions of pesticides in non-organic food (look up the Dirty Dozen/Clean 15). People don't choose organic cuz it has higher nutrition, they choose it because it contains less toxins! DUH!!So basically, since there were no actual suggestions on what IS healthy, anyone who thought these foods were healthy is going to have no clue what to eat instead after watching this video! If you're going to tell someone that they're doing something wrong, please always be prepared to offer what they could be doing correctly instead. Is that so hard? 🙁 reply to comment → David W. Beck December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am None of this is really relevant to the UK as our foods totally different. reply to comment → TheManGoesHam December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am It helps the medicine go down (like if you get it) reply to comment → Fenryr Greyback December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am Brown bread, brown sugar, brown eggs… I REALLY don't want to sound racist, but why does everybody think that brown stuff is healthier?? reply to comment → Tom Ridley December 28, 2018 at 3:06 am Is that how North Americans pronounce margarine? As in "mar-jar-in" or is it localised to a particular part of the continent? I just found it interesting, I'm from the UK where it's pronounced "mar-ja-reen". 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