Houstonians watching CBS TV affiliate KHOU recently may have been surprised to hear Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS to eat more fat.
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Viewers of CBS TV affiliate KGBT in Texas learned how to help their kids’ brains stay sharp by feeding them the right foods. “You’ve got to reduce inflammation,” advised guest Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS. He said to stop using the two most inflammatory things in the American diet: sugar and vegetable oils. “I like Malaysian palm oil because it’s sustainable and it doesn’t contribute to inflammation.”
Appearing on three San Antonio TV stations, Nutrition Myth Buster Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS, advised parents to help keep their children’s brains sharp with nutritious foods including Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil. “You’ve got to stop using the two most pro-inflammatory things in the American diet: sugar and vegetable oils,” he said during interviews on FOX station KABB, CBS station KENS-TV, and ABC station KSAT. “I like Malaysian palm oil because it’s sustainable. It doesn’t harm the environment. And it doesn’t contribute to inflammation.”