Peter Orban wrote:
If a food is marketed as healthy it really isn’t food. It is filler calories with lower micronutrient density than vegetables, fruit, meat, fish, nuts, and even milk. Someone is trying to sell you something you don’t need or would not buy by appealing to your emotion and asking you to ignore how the body really processes and use nutrients.
Quote of the week.
Thanks, too bad I misspelled uses with two words to go.
Dale, you seem to have the right idea, most people are idiots who would rather believe the palpably untrue than actually do something about it. You are on the right track with the full fat dairy. Higher CLA as a bonus (even if it is 1/4 the level of grass-fed, this fat is usually amongst the first to be removed as you get lower and lower fat percentages of milk).
Marketing is easy, make an appeal to emotion, make the person feel that if he buys your product he will be doing what he needs to be safe. Targeting specific groups is a little harder usually, but with food, hey that is everyone’s drug, not too hard to push.