Healthy Or Not: 5 Surprising Health Foods You Shouldn’t Eat

September 24, 2013

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Today is the last day of a 14 day detox I’ve been on.

Don’t worry, it wasn’t anything crazy like a  “drop 20 pounds in a week” kind of thing.

Josh put us on it to help us cleanse our livers and reboot our bodies after a fun and indulgent summer.

Now I know food is a highly controversial topic and many people have strong views on what you should and shouldn’t eat.

My guest today is no exception. And you may not agree with all of what she shares.

But the real reason she’s on the show has nothing to do with food.

This MarieTV fan is a true inspiration. She’s taken the strategies and ideas we talk about each week and put them into action.

You know how I say that the world needs that special gift that only you have?

Well, this gal took that to heart and quit her cushy, six-figure job and launched not only a new business, but a brand new life.

In addition to hearing her story, you’ll also learn about five surprising health foods you shouldn’t be eating.

As promised, here’s the scoop on all the sources we mentioned in this week’s episode.

1. Ezekiel Bread
2. Sweet Leaf Stevia
3. Raw Coconut Water
4. Whole Foods 365 Almond Milk
5. Red Mango, Coconut Milk
6. Coconut Milk Homemade Ice Cream Recipe
7.  How To Replenish Electrolytes Naturally

*Of course – as you know – what you choose to eat and consume is your choice and responsibility. For more info, and our official disclaimer, click here.

As I’ve said before, I know how heated and passionate folks can get about food. We all know that there’s a ton of conflicting science and research out there.

Not to mention the economic, moral, political, social and ethical implications our food choices can have.

I know it’s not always easy or affordable, but taking small steps to eat more real food (not processed or loaded with chemicals) is a great step in the right direction.

Side note: for more tips, catch my Crazy Sexy Kitchen cooking episode with Kris Carr here, or check this out if you want a killer guide to eating clean and saving green.

So if have a different opinion than Vani to share in the comments — that’s cool, but make sure the tone of your share is too.

Of course, I’d love to hear from you. In the comments below, tell us:

What’s the single most important insight you’re taking away from this week’s episode?

Is it something about food, or following your dreams, or something else?

Remember, the more specific you can be — the better. Because thousands of people read these posts and your share could be spark the breakthrough someone else needs!

As always, thank you so much for reading, watching and adding your genius to the conversation.

With love,


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