2 questions -
1) You probably get asked this a lot, but is the deal with sugar? I've become convinced that it is not unhealthy, especially in it's natural form like from fruits and honey. The issue is sugar from corn products, right?
I always come across these websites and people online and in person who say that sugar is definitely unhealthy. I though the same way since I started becoming interested in nutrition and health. Is too much sugar bad, are Americans eating too much of it? Is the idea that sugar is bad because it is associated with junk food, kinda like how salt is though to be unhealthy? Does sugar really feed infections, and cause modern diseases?
I'm convinced it's all excess omega 6 now.
2) Since changing up my diet I've been eating a lot more cheese, half and half/cream, and ice cream (haagandazs). My main concern is the cheese - should I avoid it if it is not raw and/or grass fed. I eat mostly mozzarella, Parmesan, Swiss, and some others. The ingredients are just milk (maybe something else I'm not home now), not added crap though.