80 episodes

Whether it’s what we eat for breakfast on the go, what we pack for lunch, or how we fill our shopping cart and stock our pantry, we make more than 300 food decisions every day. Together, we’ll learn how to make better choices and eat all of our favorite foods, guilt-free!

Eat This, Not That! ETNT, LLC and Cadence 13

    • 4.0, 492 Ratings

Whether it’s what we eat for breakfast on the go, what we pack for lunch, or how we fill our shopping cart and stock our pantry, we make more than 300 food decisions every day. Together, we’ll learn how to make better choices and eat all of our favorite foods, guilt-free!

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
492 Ratings

492 Ratings

knbarber ,

Egg Podcast

Loved this episode but it left me totally confused about what kind of eggs to buy. You never really gave a recommendation. I’m going to say that out of all, free range is probably still the best option. But I’m confused by the podcast that buying the cheapest eggs without claims such as “cage free, free range, etc.” is the best option? Please clarify.

NY Tuck ,

Legit!

I have just recently binged everyone of your episodes. I am really enjoying this podcast. I have always struggled with my weight and like many have misguidedly tried to “diet“, and not adopt healthy lifestyle changes.

Being a physician, I don’t tolerate mythology, inflated claims, or folks that have a vested commercial interest in the information they provide.

The information provided is practical, doable, and in great part evidence-based. Controversial diet programs are discussed, but not endorsed or promoted. These two have a relaxed presentation style and a natural chemistry.

Thank you so much for what you do. Keep the info coming. You’re helping me in my battle against obesity!

AngusRunner ,

Not an educated source

I only listened to one episode and quickly unsubscribed. Please do not listen to these people re: conventional vs. organic as they are spreading misinformation. Consult an educated dietician. Anyone who cites the Environmental Working Group (a for-profit activist group) as a source is not reputable.

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