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Turns Out, When We’re Eating Healthy We Don’t Actually Eat Like Our Grandparents

Food trends of late have highlighted the importance of eating a bit more like our grandparents, at least when our goal is eating healthy.  Even Michael Pollan is on the record as saying, “Don’t eat anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.” But it turns out, millennials don’t actually eat healthy the way […] The post Turns Out, When We’re Eating Healthy We Don’t Actually Eat Like Our Grandparents appeared first on EcoSalon.
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