Remember when margarine was better for you than butter? Remember when eggs held dangerous cholesterol levels and they suggested egg substitutes? Remember when coffee was bad for you, and then it wasn’t?
I’ve written in other posts about my difficulty withdrawing from sugar and carbs. You see, I’m Italian, so no-pasta literally has had me in tears on occasion.
Recently, I came across the following article.
Really? My head is spinning from the constant turn-arounds from science.
To be fair, the article says that to get good benefits from white pasta it’s best eaten cold, as in pasta salad.
For a while now, I’ve believed that what we think and/or believe has an effect on our lives. If we’re told something negative often enough, we begin to believe it, and it eventually manifests in our lives in some form. In other words, what we believe, we become.
Of course, we’ve discussed here before about moderation. Gluttony has consequences in any situation, not only eating. Unfortunately, with my genetics, a sugar addiction makes it difficult to eat pasta in moderation.
Have you ever given up a food only to find out it was good for you after all?