For Christmas my father got me a Nutribullet, which I have been using to make smoothies like there was no tomorrow.
It came with a large recipe book and healthy living pamphlet, which I have mostly ignored as I am not using the machine as part of some healthy living overall (mainly, I just like smoothies). However, I was flipping through it the other day, and it had a list of “foods to prefer” and “foods to avoid”. The list was somewhat predictable - Things like raw veggies and steamed fish were on the prefer list, and things like fried foods and bread (:rolleyes:) were on the avoid list.
The ones that surprised me were that beef and pork were on the avoid list. Which was news to me - I mean I could see if they were talking about sausages and pepperoni, but it wasn’t that specific, and I can’t see anything wrong with a good NY strip or a pork medallion.
Now, I’m not buying into their whole “raw everything” diet, but I imagine they have some reason behind suggesting that we avoid eating cow and pig, but I couldn’t find it in the pamphlet. Anybody know what that is?