Healthy diet

I don't disagree with Professor Tim Benton of the Global Food Security programme who says that "children who go hungry and fill up on monotonous diets based on highly processed carbohydrates, little fresh vegetables and no fruit are likely to have poor nutritional status.
I hear quite a lot of people say they would like to reduce or cut out carbohydrate from their diet or they are starting one of those carb-free fad diets to lose weight. When I ask why, the common answer is that carbs are not good for you because they make you fat.
So we're asking What Bugs a Bunny? And hopefully Bugs himself will hold up his hands - paws - and say "Ehh, sorry doc, got it wrong!" Here's hoping! That's all folks.
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