Editor's Note: Falling victim to food wars
Research is great. In theory, doing research about a topic, particularly before making a decision, allows you to evaluate the options and make the best-informed, and thus, best, decision for you.
But there is a flaw. Researching a topic can also make you aware of things you didn’t even know you were supposed to be concerned about, and you can become so paralyzed by information that you feel unable to make any decision, much less the best one. Or you make a decision, but instead of making you feel confident, your research causes you to second guess yourself.
This all started simply enough. I wanted to eat better, and I wanted my family to do the same. With two working parents who work sometimes weird schedules and two kids, one of whom has school and activities to schedule around, we were becoming too dependent on restaurant meals and the heavily-processed convenience foods we all know are not so good for us.
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