The Best Things You Can Eat: School Lunches and Gluten Free Labeling
The Food and Drug Administration recently released official guidelines for what it means for food to be “gluten free.” This hour on Focus, host Jim Meadows talks with David Grotto about what gluten actually does in our bodies and about the pros and cons of going on a gluten free diet. According to Grotto, going gluten free isn’t the right choice for everyone and isn’t always healthier.
With school back in session, we’ll also talk about school lunches. He’ll talk with us about how nutrition affects kids’ focus in school and what foods athlete’s should be consuming during this fall’s sports season. We’ll also ask him about “bento boxes,” which are popular in Japan and growing in popularity in the United States, as an alternative to the traditional brown-bag school lunches.