Dr. Mark Hyman talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his newest book, Eat Fat, Get Thin The Cookbook and reveals which fatty foods are actually really healthy for you.


“It’s planning. People need to learn how to cook and eat. If you learn simple cooling techniques…you can eat so good. There are 175 recipes of foods you thought you couldn’t eat.”

What are the good fats to eat?

“Avocados, nuts, seeds, pecans, coconut oil, grass-fed butter and meats.”

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4 thoughts on “Dr. Hyman Says Foods With Healthy Labels Are Actually Bad For You

  1. Not that I disagree with the idea that he has monetized his skills and knowledge, but you did nothing but criticize a drinkable multivitamin as if it were a meal. The ingredient rule applies to processed FOODS. For example, frozen waffles, oreo cakesters, pringles, meatless nuggets, lunchables, and the list goes on. Either you’re mistaken on how foods and beverages are classified, the intended purpose of nutritional shakes (drinkable vitamins), or you just really didn’t put much thought into this article. You’re misleading people from advice (which should always be taken with the consideration that nothing works the exact same way for everyone) that could truly help their health and wellness. For shame.Thank you for share your blog.

  2. myragoodwin on said:

    I get Paid over £80 per hour working from home with 2 kids at house. I Never thought I would be able to do it but my best friend earns over £9185 a month doing this and she convinced me to try. The potential with this is endless.


  3. If folks read all the ingredients on the foods we buy-NO ONE WOULD EVER EAT!!!!!!
    If I cannot pronounce the ingredients, I simply don’t purchase that item.
    Oye Vey!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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