Nov 21, 2019
“I think food recommendations should be listed as condition specific. The food that is OK for a diabetic is going to be much different from someone that isn’t.”
- Jimmy Moore
If we could get more people to start embracing eating real, whole, healthy foods in their diet, then we could reduce healthcare costs by tens of billions of dollars and lower rates of diseases like heart disease and Type 2 diabetes dramatically. A new National Institutes of Health (NIH) study did computer analysis estimating these savings and you can read about it below.
Prescribing healthy foods could bring cost-effective benefits: https://www.nih.gov/news-events/nih-research-matters/prescribing-healthy-foods-could-bring-cost-effective-benefits
While this sounds all well and good at face value, there’s one huge problem with this according to health podcaster and international bestselling author of KETO CLARITY Jimmy Moore. It boils down to one question–who decides what defines “healthy food?” Listen to learn what these researchers think is healthy food and why it will likely be an utter disaster to most who try it in this episode