A book by the nutritionist Beatriz Robles dismants the owls and myths about online food

 

 

 


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The alleged greater safety of organic or home products is false. Obsession with additives or concern for the administration of antibiotics to animals center the most common myths in RRSS

Bulos and myths about food come together much of the disinformation that circulates on the internet and social networks. In order to end false beliefs as common as the administration of antibiotics to livestock or the supremacy of organic products, Beatriz Robles publishes Eat safe eating everything (Planet). The author is a nutritionist and food technologue. In addition, he regularly collaborates with the #HealthsinBulos Institute and is one of the co-authors of the Food Bulos Guide.

 

A fairly widespread diver is the one that ensures that ecological, natural or home food is safer. “We may have ever heard that ecological products are safer because in their production antibiotics or pesticides cannot be used, but it is not true. Bernhard Url, director of EFSA, has made it clear that there are no differences in food security between conventional and ecological food,” explains Robles

The obsession with additives is quite fashionable in the conversation on social networks. ”If a product carries a slice of additives, it is probably not healthy. But the problem will not be additives, but the product as a whole, which will be an ultraprocessed elaborated with cheap raw materials and low nutritional density. Worry about refined flours, free sugars and low-quality fats. Additives are the least,” explains the author. Código P0300: Solución y Causas | Actualizado 2023

Another of the most commented topics refers to the administration of antibiotics in the animal breed for food consumption. “Is it true that meat, milk and eggs are full of antibiotics? If the legislation is complied with, why do they warn us that the use of antibiotics in animal production needs to be reduced?" asks Beatriz Robles. Its answer is blunt and excessive. “Exactly as humans abuse antibiotics. With the animals in charge, we act the same. The misuse of antibiotics favors the emergence of bacterial resistances (i.e., bacteria manage to survive antibiotics). The problem is not that these antibiotics reach meat or milk (check and do not arrive), but we are selecting “super bacteria” against which we do not have possible treatment,” he adds.

 

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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the author has become one of the highest benchmarks in food security issues, bringing the public to know the truth without falling into owls, alarmisms or unfounded fears. This is why it focuses on collecting the most controversial and controversial topics, as well as pointing out bad practices in the domestic sphere. Always taking into account the latest scientific discoveries and new research of prestige related to food.

A book by the nutritionist Beatriz Robles dismants the owls and myths about online food

A book by the nutritionist Beatriz Robles dismants the owls and myths about online food

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A book by the nutritionist Beatriz Robles dismants the owls and myths about online food
A book by the nutritionist Beatriz Robles dismants the owls and myths about online food

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