Forbes published the 12 healthiest foods on the planet! How one can pick 12, not 10 (ala spinal tap’s amp goes to 11 trickery) and decide which of these 12 are the “healthiest” is beyond scientific reasoning to me. And to make it worse, they are the usual suspects on everyone’s 10 top foods list (pomegranate, blueberries, eggs, onions, broccoli, and my favorite one of all “meat” – now that narrows it down). How many of these lists do we need? Am I healthier if I eat a grass-fed hamburger topped with a fried egg washed down with five pomegranate-infused blueberry martinis?
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