29. Beware the USDA Food Guidelines
They’re a whole lot healthier for Big Ag and Big Business than for humans. Fill two-thirds of your plate with an array of vegetables, add in some other whole foods you enjoy, and don’t let the rest of the guidelines propaganda confuse you
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They’re a whole lot healthier for Big Ag and Big Business than for humans. Focus on vegetables and other whole foods, and don’t let the propaganda confuse you.