It's no secret that processed foods have been getting a bad reputation in recent years. From news outlets to magazines, everyone seems to be criticizing processed foods for causing obesity and other health problems. However, the irony is that many of these same outlets and magazines also sell naive consumers obesogenic recipes and promote scam products like Goop and obesogenic foods created by celebrity chefs.
The media and news industry has a clear conflict of interest when it comes to processed foods. They are in the business of monetizing information and therefore have no interest in promoting healthy processed foods that could cut through all the nonsense and solve the current obesity and diabetes problem. Instead, they promote diet books that set people up to fail, sell obesogenic recipes that rely on people's invisible labor and expensive ingredients, and sell products like Goop, which are based on false science and are designed to make a profit rather than help people improve their health.
The problem with this approach is that it leads to a cycle of misinformation and confusion, causing people to believe that they are making healthy choices, when in fact they are not. This is why we created Energy Pods, a line of healthy, science-backed, and processed foods that are intended to help solve the world's problems by cutting through junk processed information, focusing on science that works, and giving a tangible and convenient solution to the public.
Energy Pods are compact, shelf-stable, and extremely tasty food products that come in a 2oz. Cup, with a compostable paperboard spoon. They contain up to 7 grams of MCTs, artisan cocoa, a handful of almonds, use erythritol as a sweetener, and 10 grams of protein with no added sugar. This makes Energy Pods the perfect solution for people who are looking for a convenient and healthy food option that they can take with them on the go.
In conclusion, it's time for the media, news, and magazines to stop criticizing processed foods while turning a blind eye to the obesogenic recipes and scam products they promote. It's time for them to start promoting healthy and science-backed processed foods like Energy Pods, which can help solve the current obesity and diabetes problem, and give people the information they need to make informed and healthy choices.