In today’s show, we discuss the Tic Tac fallacy. We use this term when discussing food that people think is good for them, but it is really not.
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The show starts with the hosts talking about Peter’s floppy colon and his misguided beliefs around the role gas plays in bowel movements.
In our win/fail segment:
Peter started his kids on the Greenlight App, an online bank account/debit card. Check it out here. WIN.
Gary did some DIY to his two cars and saved close to $300. He is now planning to try to replace his own brakes. Uh oh! WIN.
Sarah has not cried this week! She had been crying three times a day but has not this week. WIN.
Next, we dive into our topic of the day, “The Tic Tac Fallacy | Sorry, It’s Not Good For You!”
In this show, we talk about foods that we often believe are good for us but that really are not. We also talk about the marketing around these foods that intentionally mislead us.
Here is the complete list of the foods we discussed and those we did not:
Healthy Workout Food
High-Calorie Food We Think Is Healthy
We then discuss some of the marketing schemes companies use to get us the buy these products. Some of these include:
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
What Is Now (W.I.N.) | July 22, 2021
Thanks for listening!