Today’s Let’s Get Real is all about fake food nutrition- stuff like enhanced peanut butter & low-fat dairy. Well, Erica Wides is here to tell you that these products are not food! Joining Erica in the studio is a nutrition educator Kristin Wartman, and she’s on the show to debunk the mythology of foodiness nutrition. Learn about the differences between Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, and why skim milk cannot be considered a whole food. Hear about some food products that are some of the biggest culprits of false foodiness nutrition! This episode has been sponsored by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

“Foodiness has robbed us of nutrition and replaced it with nutrition… because this is radio you have to imagine the air quotes I’m putting over the word.” [2:05] — Erica Wides on Let’s Get Real

“Big food corporations and advertising have done a great job convincing people that these foodiness foods are what we should be eating.” [11:25]

“Yogurt is a live food. You can’t put it in a cereal.” [22:05] — Kristin Wartman on Let’s Get Real