We all have fallen, hook, line and sinker for at least some of the misinformation seeping out of the confusing morass of dietary guidelines, weight loss programs, fad diets, and the food phobic messaging from influencers and diet guru’s peddling in healthism and miracle cures. While it would be impossible to address every food-related myth in a single go, Dr. Sarah tackles the twelve most common ones in this webinar in order to alleviate your concerns about what you eat.
Learn the truth about a dozen food toxin myths in this 80-minute video presentation, and dig into even more detail with the 32-page written summary that summarized key points and research presented with nearly 150 scientific citations. The topics that Dr. Sarah covers in this webinar include:
- Vegetable/Seed Oils
- Food Dyes
- Heavy Metals
Myths about food quality, toxins and antinutrients perpetuate healthism—the misnomers that a person’s health is entirely their responsibility, and that good health has moral value—by creating unrealistic standards and fueling the belief that only specific, often expensive, foods are deemed healthy, or that a costly supplement regime is a health necessity. The cacophony of food fearmongering out there may have you feeling confused about what foods are safe to eat, and pressured to conform to rigid notions of what constitutes “good” or “clean” eating. With all this conflicting information, it’s easy to become discouraged and find yourself in that vicious cycle of guilt, stress, and ultimately, unhealthy eating habits.
It is Dr. Sarah’s goal with this webinar to bust these food toxin myths that may be harming your relationship with food and contributing to disordered eating patterns. Moving forward requires taking a step back and letting go of value judgments about food that lack scientific support. Yet it’s crucial to emphasize that this isn’t about laying blame or feeling guilt, but rather about making room in our minds for a wealth of new, invaluable information focused on the positives that we can gain from a nutrient-focused approach like Nutrivore and where no food is off the table: Nourishment, not judgment.
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