If you intentionally eat healthy, you’ll possibly encounter a challenge: healthy is a moving target. Eggs, which were good for us, but then bad for us, seem to be good for us again. Coffee and wine seem to go through the same cycle. Fish is fine, if they are “free-range” and low in mercury, of course, in which case fish is foul. Fowl, on the other hand, might be ok if it’s white meat. This week.
Now, the study of healthy living is a worthwhile enterprise. There are reasonable questions that must be asked, and some method has to give weight to each answer. Coffee provides caffeine, which is fine in moderation, but risk averse in excess; but its antioxidants have value, too. Eggs are full of both protein (and cholesterol. And reasonable minds may differ, or even change over time on the subject of where they belong in your diet. In fact, reasonable minds may even differ on just what “healthy” means to begin with.