Nutrition: Don’t Just Eliminate the Bad Foods
By Casey Seidenberg
Published July 9, 2013, in The Washington Post – Wellness
Our country has a funny way of promoting health. When a typical American says he is getting healthy, his approach is often to cut “bad” foods or to eat less.
But when we try not to think about something, we usually think about it more. And when we tell ourselves we can’t have something, don’t we want it more? Children are especially susceptible to this behavior. Read the full story.