What’s So Great/Bad About Roundup

What’s So Great/Bad About Roundup

In a week dedicated to bad foods gone good we had to include a roundup of our favourite WSBA/WSGAs. As soon as we started running the columns called What’s So Great About and What’s So Bad About they were among our most popular posts. Quick hits of nutritional information delivered with humour – what’s not to love? All credit is due to our amazing contributors Heidi Pyper and Kathy Magilton, two of the funniest, smartest babes around (plus they’re babes). Let us know what else you’d like us (and when I say us, I mean them) to investigate. I’ve been wanting to know more about hemp and chia – you?

What’s So Great About Kale? Given our obsession with kale, we can’t quite believe it took us so long to hit this one.

What’s So Great About Coconut Water? We take a closer look at the popular drink.

What’s So Bad About Gluten (For Some)? Everything seems to be marked gluten free these days – what’s up with that?

What’s So Bad About Bisephenol A? Otherwise known as BPA.

What’s So Great About Blueberries? You can call them super berries….

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