Updated: Sep 21, 2020
When it comes to nutrition, there is a popular opinion that foods are either ‘good’ or ‘bad’, with the advent of ‘clean diets’ creating an even greater margin for what some might deem ‘error’ in healthy eating.
Now, this isn’t to undermine the value of such plans, nor the virtues of consuming primarily wholesome food. However, we’d be inclined to think that wellness, and saying ‘no’ to anything remotely refined, are NOT as inextricably linked as we’d be inclined to believe.
We’ve said it before, and will say it again… balance and moderation are everything.
So much so, in fact, that there really is no such thing as ‘good’ and ‘bad’ food... only ‘good’ and ‘bad’ diets!
From this stance, far be it for anyone to deny themselves a Blondie’s Kitchen Friday cookie dough treat, and especially not in the name of ‘being good.’
‘Good’ is as subjective an idea as it’s possible to get, and even fulfilling this brief to the nearest possible kale leaf, doesn’t always carry the highest guarantee for feeling our best… which is ultimately what it all comes down to.
Cookie dough might not provide any of your five a day (sorry!!), but it does go towards the essential ‘s*d it’ daily quota that, in all, makes life just that little bit sweeter!