|Published on:||2 January 2013||Producer:||Michael Klaper|
|Number of views:||782'130 on 30 March 2017|
|Topterms:||Principle, Restaurant and canteen food||Tags:||Healthy, Food additives, Salt, Fat, Unhealthy, Health|
In his presentation at the Healthy Lifestyle Expo in 2012, Dr. Michael Klaper, M.D., talks about the impact oil, salt, and sugar have on our health.
In addition to “seared flesh and overcooked vegetables,” the main ingredients in restaurant food are salt, sugar, and oil — no matter the restaurant’s specialty (e.g., Thai food, Chinese food, or European style).
Despite the common perception that olive oil is a healthy food, Dr. Michael Klaper shows that it is in fact detrimental to our health. This is because of its high caloric density, poor ratio of omega-6 to omega-3, and saturated fat content. But the food industry and olive farmers are a driving force ...