Depending on who you listen to, eggs – like grapefruit, kale and myriad other foods and drinks – are either helpful to your health or a cause of big problems.
Indeed, for every study promoting wine or coffee as being beneficial to your health, there’s another telling you to either reduce your consumption or cut them out of your diet altogether. (Roughly 20,000 studies have been conducted on whether coffee should be part of our daily routine.)
Kale burst onto the scene around 2013 and was quickly branded an all-conquering superfood – thanks in part to celebrity endorsements from the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyoncé – only to have molecular biologist Ernie Hubbard publish a report that suggested eating too much kale could be linked to low-level thallium poisoning. With a constant array of research studies and news stories about what we should or shouldn’t be putting into our bodies, a key question arises: who should we be listening to?
Journalist Nicole Schmidt has been looking into the topic.
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