thanks for coming to my blog. i'm charles huang. no - not the guitar hero rock star guy (sorry, i wish i was that smart/creative... but i actually know that guy too, so might be able to help redirect you), i'm charles c huang.
this blog is to share a bit about who i am and what i'm interested in... healthcare, tech, innovation, international relations, culture & ethnicity are just the start of a fairly long list.
stay a while and take a look around! and drop a line whenever, as comments & suggestions are always welcome.
Eat real food, as close to nature as possible. It’s what we do to food that is a problem — processing, refining, reducing and altering in general. Forget about reduced fat and skim milk. The less processing the better. If you’re going to eat fat, choose good quality and go for full-fat. Eat avocados, use olive oil or coconut oil (yes coconut oil is healthy) in cooking, have nuts, wild salmon, grass-fed butter, and pastured grass-fed beef.
I think that reduced-fat foods, particularly skim milk, nonfat yogurt, etc. are a slippery slope. When you remove the fat content from one cup of milk, you lose a significant volume, which means it’s replaced with milk that has a higher concentration of sugar to fat ratio. It’s not the fat in milk that makes us fat. It’s the sugar.
Medium is on a roll (not the dinner kind) with some great content lately. This conversation between a chef and a doctor is no exception. If it were food, it’d be calorically dense and nutritious.(via chriskurdziel)
Yes. Here’s to unprocessed food for better health for all.