The scientific evidence is not clear, but many nutrition experts say it’s hard to make a definitive decision about which of these three foods is best for your body.
According to a review published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), there are two primary types of nutrients that have been shown to have positive effects on your health.
First, there’s the type of nutrient that can be found in food, and second, there are the types of food that have positive health effects.
The review, led by nutritionist Dr. Julie M. Schulze-Makuch and nutritionist Professor Paul Knekt, reviewed all of the evidence and concluded that the nutrients found in the foods you eat have the greatest impact on your overall health.
They recommend you focus on eating a variety of foods that have high amounts of different types of health-promoting nutrients, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, whole milk, soy, nuts and seeds.
They also recommend that you focus more on the types and amounts of the nutrients you eat that have the highest health-enhancing effect.
Schulze, who has been researching nutrition for over 20 years, says that there’s a big disconnect between what is currently known about nutrition and what’s actually in our food.
She’s been using this to her advantage when researching nutrition.
She says that when you take the science of nutrition and then look at it from a scientific perspective, there is not a single nutrient that is completely understood.
“It’s a complex web of science, so you have to take the best data you can find and try to understand what’s going on,” Schulz says.
In her own research, Schulzer and Kneyt have found that certain foods, particularly foods high in sugar, are associated with a higher risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
“You have a lot of sugar in processed foods, like white bread and pasta, and in foods that are low in sugar like yogurt,” Schuetz says.
“There are also some foods that contain sugar in foods, so if you consume those foods, they’re associated with higher levels of fat in your body, which is a risk factor for type 2 Diabetes.”
“If you eat a lot more fruits and vegetables, they may also be associated with lower levels of sugar and insulin,” she adds.
Schuetz recommends that people focus on foods that provide the most of their nutrients, but also include a lot less processed and sugary foods.
“I like to have fruits, berries, whole-grain bread, and nuts in my diet,” she says.
“And also, there should be some vegetables that are more healthful and low in calories, like broccoli and cauliflower.”
Schulz advises people to focus on their nutrition through diet and exercise, and not through supplements or specific foods.
“People tend to do more research on supplements and they think that supplements are just an alternative way to go, but it’s not,” she explains.
“It’s really important that you are eating well.”