Frozen Food versus. Canned Food That is Healthier

 

Green Peas 101-Fresh vs Frozen vs Canned

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Fresh, Frozen, or Canned Vegetables

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13 Canned Foods That Are Actually Healthy And 5 That Are Not

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Frozen vs Canned Vegetables Which Is Better?

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Fresh, Frozen vs Canned

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Canned vs Frozen vs Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (TASTE, COST, NUTRITION) | LiveLeanTV

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Dr. Oz: Canned foods are just as good

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Green Peas 101-Fresh vs Frozen vs Canned

Video taken from the channel: Judi in the Kitchen


 

Fresh, Frozen, or Canned Vegetables

Video taken from the channel: Dr. Ann Wellness


 

13 Canned Foods That Are Actually Healthy And 5 That Are Not

Video taken from the channel: Bestie


 

Frozen vs Canned Vegetables Which Is Better?

Video taken from the channel: Heather Nicholds


 

Fresh, Frozen vs Canned

Video taken from the channel: American Heart Association


 

Canned vs Frozen vs Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (TASTE, COST, NUTRITION) | LiveLeanTV

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Dr. Oz: Canned foods are just as good

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When it comes to frozen and canned foods, one is not necessarily healthier than the other. There are great options in both categories and it depends on your cooking needs. Whether you opt for frozen or canned, make sure to read the nutrition labels and choose ones with the fewest ingredients possible, keeping an eye out for added sodium, sugar and preservatives. Frozen produce is going to be the next best thing to fresh in regards of nutritionbut if the option is canned or processed produce, still go for the canned if frozen isn’t available.

Be sure to select sugar free, low sodium or sodium free options when going for. Foods with more vitamin E and A, however, which are found in high amounts in canned carrots and tomatoes, fared much better during heat treatment. But canned food can also have some less desirable. Frozen vs. Canned Vegetables In general, frozen produce is better than canned.

Vegetables are blanched (put briefly into boiling water) before freezing, and they’ll lose some nutrients but not a. From a nutritional standpoint, sometimes frozen is better because it’s picked at its peak of ripeness, and some valuable nutrients (like the lycopene in canned tomatoes) are even better absorbed in. Based on the advantages and disadvantages of frozen vs canned vegetables, frozen vegetables seem like the better choice.

They’re most similar to fresh vegetables in terms of taste and texture, and there are fewer cons associated with them. Just make sure you purchase vegetables that doesn’t add any sodium or preservatives. Canned foods are often thought to be less nutritious than fresh or frozen foods, but research shows that this is not always true. In fact, canning preserves most of a food’s nutrients.

Not all canned foods are made the same, and some studies reveal that fresh and canned fish have comparable amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Besides being affordable, canned fish makes it easier for. Most canned foods are cheap and convenient, but not all cans satisfy the nutritional checklist.

We asked Jaclyn London, MS, RD, CDN to come up with the best healthy canned food options you can. Most canned vegetables have salt added, although you can sometimes find “no salt added” varieties (typically for an upcharge). Canned fruit can be canned in fruit juice or in syrup — syrup adds.

List of related literature:

While some nutrients are lost from the heating process, canned foods are as nutritious as their cooked fresh and frozen counterparts—and sometimes more so if fresh and frozen foods aren’t handled properly.

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
HMH Books, 2012

Because freezing preserves more nutrients than canning, frozen foods are a better choice than canned items.

“Counseling the Nursing Mother” by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
from Counseling the Nursing Mother
by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2015

These days, frozen foods tend to replace canned and bottled goods, since foods lose fewer nutrients through cold than through heat.

“Preserving Food without Freezing or Canning: Traditional Techniques Using Salt, Oil, Sugar, Alcohol, Vinegar, Drying, Cold Storage, and Lactic Fermentation” by Deborah Madison, Eliot Coleman, The Gardeners and Farmers of Centre Terre Vivante
from Preserving Food without Freezing or Canning: Traditional Techniques Using Salt, Oil, Sugar, Alcohol, Vinegar, Drying, Cold Storage, and Lactic Fermentation
by Deborah Madison, Eliot Coleman, The Gardeners and Farmers of Centre Terre Vivante
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2007

Frozen and canned foods do not last forever, but have a limited shelf life.

“When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability, and Surviving the Long Emergency, 2nd Edition” by Matthew Stein
from When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability, and Surviving the Long Emergency, 2nd Edition
by Matthew Stein
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2008

The shelf-life of frozen foods (nine months to one year) is shorter than that of canned foods because not all the water in food freezes and because some fatty acids as well as vitamins A, C, and E tend to oxidize during storage when exposed to air.

“Nutrition & Dietetics 3E” by Joshi
from Nutrition & Dietetics 3E
by Joshi
McGraw-Hill Education (India) Pvt Limited, 2010

Frozen foods are never any better than the food that is frozen.

“Nutrition and Dietetics' 2007 Ed.2007 Edition” by Mcwilliams, Margaret
from Nutrition and Dietetics’ 2007 Ed.2007 Edition
by Mcwilliams, Margaret
Rex Bookstore, Inc.,

Furthermore, canned foods can be stored at room temperature (actually slightly cooler is recommended), whereas frozen food must be kept in freezers at temperatures of −18°C or lower.

“Food, Energy, and Society” by David Pimentel Ph.D., Marcia H. Pimentel M.S.
from Food, Energy, and Society
by David Pimentel Ph.D., Marcia H. Pimentel M.S.
CRC Press, 2007

Fresh are the best, but frozen are not far behind because food producers don’t have to add preservatives to frozen foods.

“Prediabetes For Dummies” by Alan L. Rubin
from Prediabetes For Dummies
by Alan L. Rubin
Wiley, 2009

Although canned foods are convenient, people generally regard chilled and frozen foods to be healthier (Mintel, 2005).

“Pulse Foods: Processing, Quality and Nutraceutical Applications” by Brijesh K. Tiwari, Aoife Gowen, Brian McKenna
from Pulse Foods: Processing, Quality and Nutraceutical Applications
by Brijesh K. Tiwari, Aoife Gowen, Brian McKenna
Elsevier Science, 2011

Some frozen foods can be higher in nutrients than fresh foods.

“Culinary Nutrition: The Science and Practice of Healthy Cooking” by Jacqueline B. Marcus
from Culinary Nutrition: The Science and Practice of Healthy Cooking
by Jacqueline B. Marcus
Elsevier Science, 2013

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  • Aren’t the canned apricots and canned peaches basically in a same liquid? Why the apricots are healthy and the peaches unhealthy?

  • He says can food is just as good but question is….what the hell is in it to last that long when fresh natural fresh foods don’t last..js

  • I eat canned vegatables and fruit not frozen or fresh them be to much money at least getting more nuntretion what I was afford can vegatables

  • I used to avoid bananas, but I now include them in my meals and it has helped me cured my anxiety. I wished people would aim for a peace of fruit instead of a cookie. In the fitness industry we are told to minimize fruit and people are discouraged and give up. It’s about a healthier life style.

  • what about the salt and sugar that is added to canned veggies to preserve it? I think that the doctor has sold Americans out and one reason that so many people are fighting diabetes

  • I have many cans of food in different sizes there great for light weight lifting, I wouldn’t dream of eating any of it unless I was in a life vs death situation.

  • We have different food additives laws in Britain so the baked beans are a little better than US version. This isn’t an anti American rant it’s just true that because of the European Union we have stricter food control. C’mon 29 countries are surely better than one with a leader who worries about buisness when his country’s people are dying due to inaction. I have a few friends from the USA so it’s not an” I’m not racist but,’ type statement

  • I dont agree with his ass or anyone whining about canned fruits and canned vegetables….just clean the damn sodium off the vegetables if any is on them…which is weird because mine dont have salt on them and if they did id get a fuckin strainer and wash them off same as the canned fruit..you can wash the damn syrup off the fruit also…besides if the fruit is too sweet naturally then its gonna be considered bad any way for your ass…but im not limiting my fruit to boring ass strawberries blueberries and apples…it all comes down to this…either eat it or leave it…dont wait for someone to tell you what to eat…were not gonna eat healthy all the fuckin time.

  • Yes! I’ve studied nutrition, and canned foods such as wild salmon and sardines are a great option.
    Also frozen veggies, it holds all the wonderful nutrients! I agree with this video.

  • I have to eat mostly canned vegatables fresh are cheap but get expinsive if need them every couple days can’t afford fresh vegatables

  • some older and simpler figure; the adventures may be mad, but the adventurer
    reflected the red sky, and they both reflected his anger. The sky, indeed,

    her eyes an’ starts makin’ love to me. I had a regular wrastlin’ match

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    that of the one horseman, who had left it far behind-- the insane Secretary.
    that of the one horseman, who had left it far behindthe insane Secretary.

  • I have:
    -canned tomatoes with onion
    -tomato purée
    -canned fish
    Bad stuff: 1 can baked beans
    I also have canned tuna and canned smoked mussels, are they healthy to eat?

  • canned tomatoes…. you could have mentioned the addition of the very nasty calcium chloride to most american canned tomatoes. and to be on the lookout for outa sight sodium content.
    important info, i’d say.

  • I knew Dr Oz was a hack many years ago when he recommended canola oil and vegetable oils against healthy saturated fat alternatives. He is a corporate sellout.

  • I never heard of anyone dying from the foods you say are not healthy. I bet you would eat them if you were hungry and that’s all there was, i would.

  • I have two rules for canned foods: 1) no more than 4 ingredients, and that I can pronounce, and 2) buy nothing with a USA origin label. There are canned peaches in the world that actually taste of peach and have the texture. High-fructose corn syrup and “flavor enhancer” go back on the shelf. “Low sugar” and “low fat” products are easy rejects. Walk on by.

  • would you happen to have a decent butternut squash soup recipe? I love that soup in the fall and was all excited when it came back into my store but then I read the ingredients and was disheartened to see that it had milk in it:(

  • I FILL my pantry with canned tomatoes as they inevitably go on sale throughout the year. If you don’t see tomatoes growing in your region, you’re eating a tomato that has been strip mined thousands of miles away. You can’t beat a fresh, thin-skinned tomato, bursting with flavor from your garden, but the rest of the year, canned are just fine. Title of video might be: Preserved Foods Are Nearly as Good.

  • I have a couple of the good ones and 1 bad one in my cupbard. I only turn over the cans infrequently. about once every month or two

  • The cans used for food reserving have polymer coating as linear. Food will cause corrosion to the can if it contacts directly with the food inside. I don’t feel confidence to the video. Where are more iron from? Would you please cite if you are sure about what you intend to tell, else might miss leading consumers.

  • Oh yeah, right! The chemicals in the cans and the processes done to preserve the food before canning are indeed not hazzardous to health. Nice try but not all people are fools. By the way, even though the nutrients are concentrated in canned goods, the benefits are offsett by the health hazzards for being canned. And fyi, more doesnt always mean better. I dont care if the nutrients in the fresh ones are lesser, i dont need excess nutrients, i need just enough.

  • I am not Neil, I like most of this video, what I do not like is that most corn has been reported to be GMO which is bad for your health. I wish it was not this way because I use to like corn but now I will not eat it.

  • would you happen to have a decent butternut squash soup recipe? I love that soup in the fall and was all excited when it came back into my store but then I read the ingredients and was disheartened to see that it had milk in it:(

  • I have two rules for canned foods: 1) no more than 4 ingredients, and that I can pronounce, and 2) buy nothing with a USA origin label. There are canned peaches in the world that actually taste of peach and have the texture. High-fructose corn syrup and “flavor enhancer” go back on the shelf. “Low sugar” and “low fat” products are easy rejects. Walk on by.

  • Prunes, clams, sardines, and apricots you will never see me eat. Since I find them really disgusting. And try telling that to my type 2 diabetic stepfather about chickpeas. He has a huge massive hatred towards them. Even though he is a diabetic he still would rather eat junk food like cheese steak sandwiches, French fries, pizza, regular soda, Doritos, McDonald’s, and Burger King. Over the healthy foods that a person with type 2 diabetes should eat. Because he always tells me that he really hates those kinds of foods.

  • They put that fructose junk in everything. It’s horrible. If you eat healthy for a month or more then try some of these canned foods the fructose is all you can taste.
    I try to avoid foods with added salt/sodium, oil, and sugar/fructose. They also seem to put soybean oil in everything these days.

  • I don’t want a damn explanation. Anything that is canned is not good. You hear me.. anything. okay. It is evident in this battle against COVID-19. Those countries that provide canned food can be strong but in the blood they have no immunity. NO POWER TO FIGHT. You know it’s always presentation to the world. People like canned food. But nobody cares even if it’s poison in it. That’s marketing for ya. That’s the so called urbanisation and development. Wow! what a good way to die without knowing.

  • People want to tell you the truth can of frozen vegetables is not healthy nutrients die off. Americans got to start boycotting For making real food more affordable and keeping the scientists hands off of food. We have to start fighting for our health.

  • Dr.Oz is all HYPE! He only cares about making money and the bottom line. He could CARE LESS about people’s health. If this moron said that you could eat 3 hot fudge sundae’s a day for three months and you could lose up to 50 pounds. Gullible people would believe him and try it. The guy is a MORON!

  • Obviously, you’ve never had either artichoke nor parsnip.��, you peel the parsnip declaring it as artichoke. Artichoke are a kind of thistle and you do NOT peel them, you chew the bottom section of the outer leave until you get to the heart, which is what is canned.

  • Hmmm if i ate twice the amount or rice, bread, pasta and potatoes I would be walking around looking like humpty dumpty, bloated af and tired as hell. No thank you��

  • I knew Dr Oz was a hack many years ago when he recommended canola oil and vegetable oils against healthy saturated fat alternatives. He is a corporate sellout.

  • You can’t beat baked beans. Kept the kids in my city alive due to B vitamins, protein and carbs. If the family was well off, apart from toast you can add fried egg or sausages and bacon. Our British beans always come in a salted and sugared tomato sauce but saved many poor from Malnutrition

  • Cheers for the Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your opinion. Have you thought about Fanabraal Toned Tiraspol (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a good one off guide for sliming down naturally without exercise minus the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my best friend Jordan finally got amazing success with it.

  • bisphenol A has been proven to completely reverse your sexual gender and cause cancer so its very serious and should not be in any food or chothing in this country, they said that they banned it in canada but that bs its still in there.

  • Hey, do you know anything about how the freeze food in the UK? i was always under the impression that they for example peas just harvest them and then no cooking was involved and they are just frozen straight away… is this me just being stupid? D:

  • Broccoli and zuchinis. I love them. I add zuchini in almost every dish I cook. Sometimes I substitute it with eggplant. I just love the creamy effect. Otherwise, Broccoli is definitely my favorite to snack on!! phil’s garden is jaw dropping!! It’s so pretty!
    One last thing, can organic frozen fruits for example be low in quality? I love my frozen berries & make sure to buy them organic, I always add some in my smoothies.Can they organic be low quality?Do I have to search for a specific company?

  • I used to avoid bananas, but I now include them in my meals and it has helped me cured my anxiety. I wished people would aim for a peace of fruit instead of a cookie. In the fitness industry we are told to minimize fruit and people are discouraged and give up. It’s about a healthier life style.

  • Reading this post, it seems you even agree with my original point which was that this guy is bullshitting.

    Why rage at me, lady?

  • I dont agree with his ass or anyone whining about canned fruits and canned vegetables….just clean the damn sodium off the vegetables if any is on them…which is weird because mine dont have salt on them and if they did id get a fuckin strainer and wash them off same as the canned fruit..you can wash the damn syrup off the fruit also…besides if the fruit is too sweet naturally then its gonna be considered bad any way for your ass…but im not limiting my fruit to boring ass strawberries blueberries and apples…it all comes down to this…either eat it or leave it…dont wait for someone to tell you what to eat…were not gonna eat healthy all the fuckin time.

  • There is a very popular soup in Brazil called “Caldo verde”. It’s a delicious chunky potatoes soup (mash a little of the potatoes for a creamy consistency) with lots of onions, garlic and you add collard greens at the end, just to wilt a little. Awesome in the winter time or after a long night of drinking:P
    There are some variations of the recipe out there, but the one that runs in my family is vegetarian:)

  • People want to tell you the truth can of frozen vegetables is not healthy nutrients die off. Americans got to start boycotting For making real food more affordable and keeping the scientists hands off of food. We have to start fighting for our health.

  • That is not a raw pumpkin. It is a Butternut Squash. Duh. That’s not a raw artichoke. Duh. I am a recent subscriber, but….b’bye.

  • I’m in love with this recipe for a ‘green goddess’ type dressing I saw prepared on “Queer Eye,” and, because you and Jessica have shared so much with me, I’m sharing this with you! (The gentleman getting the “Queer Eye” makeover named this “vegetable candy.”) Into your blender or processor, place:

    One bunch of cilantro
    One bunch of parsley
    Four green onions
    Four celery stalks
    One jalapeno
    2/3’ish cup of plain Greek yogurt
    One avocado
    A dash or two of olive oil to keep the works from being too pasty

    OMG, I’ve 100% ditched commercial dressings to dip my cucumber slices in this concoction. Sometimes, when I feel like having a little ‘something,’ I’ll have a small bowl of this… eat it with a spoon, like a cold soup! You Gouthros have really inspired me, turning 61 this summer, to start living lean, “like a boss.” I wish I’d raised my kids the healthy way you are raising yours.:^D

  • Baked beans and canned peaches are unhealthy. I ate them several in a month. That’s sound ridiculous! Anyway, thank you for the info. ��

  • I eat 1.5 serving of veggies for every meal I eat. So about 4.5-6 servings per day. �� it helps me stay full when I am on a low carb day. Thank you for all the guidance on nutrition and exercises. I’ve learned a lot and have made great progress on my journey to live lean!

  • And some of your asses smoke and drink SO CUT THE SHIT…now im gonna go have some beer some ciggs a burger and call it a day…then tomorrow im gonna drink plenty of water exercise eat chicken breast a salad and call it a day then the next fuckin day im gonna drink beer again got it…you dont have to have a little bad all the time just fuckin live.

  • You can’t beat baked beans. Kept the kids in my city alive due to B vitamins, protein and carbs. If the family was well off, apart from toast you can add fried egg or sausages and bacon. Our British beans always come in a salted and sugared tomato sauce but saved many poor from Malnutrition

  • Hmmmm??? I’m 69 yrs old and healthy. I love my bacon, ham, clam chowder, eggs, mayonnaise, and everything else you “claim” is bad. As an added bonus my food tastes a whole lot better than that “Bland-shit” you eat.

  • Canned food has high level of BPA which leads to hormone imbalance even cancer. So don’t listen to this guy. We should avoid processed food as much as we can.

  • Canned vegetables are better than fresh. They haven’t been touched, sneezed on or sampled. Go to any grocery store. You will see people picking off the vegetables and sampling them. Always buy the cans behind the front row. They are the freshest.

  • Definitely sweet potato as well. Whats your favorite way to cook them? Sometimes I just chop them up a bit and steam them in the microwave.

  • Baked beans and canned peaches are unhealthy. I ate them several in a month. That’s sound ridiculous! Anyway, thank you for the info. ��

  • We have different food additives laws in Britain so the baked beans are a little better than US version. This isn’t an anti American rant it’s just true that because of the European Union we have stricter food control. C’mon 29 countries are surely better than one with a leader who worries about buisness when his country’s people are dying due to inaction. I have a few friends from the USA so it’s not an” I’m not racist but,’ type statement

  • @Beffyx3 you have to put them in boiling water for a while and then right into ice water to blanch them. Just look up “how to blanch peas” in google

  • I FILL my pantry with canned tomatoes as they inevitably go on sale throughout the year. If you don’t see tomatoes growing in your region, you’re eating a tomato that has been strip mined thousands of miles away. You can’t beat a fresh, thin-skinned tomato, bursting with flavor from your garden, but the rest of the year, canned are just fine. Title of video might be: Preserved Foods Are Nearly as Good.

  • I buy a lot of canned food, but I make sure it says that it has no BPA in the lining. This is especially important with foods with a high acidity. If it does not say so, it probably has it. BPA is a chemical that affects your hormones that was found in some plastic, like baby bottles. Also, a lot of canned food has too much added salt, oil or sugar. Check those labels! Frozen is usually better.

  • I buy a lot of canned food, but I make sure it says that it has no BPA in the lining. This is especially important with foods with a high acidity. If it does not say so, it probably has it. BPA is a chemical that affects your hormones that was found in some plastic, like baby bottles. Also, a lot of canned food has too much added salt, oil or sugar. Check those labels! Frozen is usually better.

  • Wow it’s pretty harsh to call all poor people “fat tubs of shit”. What is wrong with what this guy is saying? I’m thousands of dollars in debt from college loans, now am I going to dig that hole deeper by shopping at Whole Foods every week, or am I going to try for the same amount of food at half the price?

    He was also mostly talking about frozen foods which have no additives (as opposed to canned)

  • here’s an unsolicited advice: can the popping sounds. don’t over-do them like you have in this video. can it totally, in fact, and it’ll be better.

    i couldn’t watch the whole 10 minutes worth of annoying popping sounds that are strewn randomly all through out this video.

  • “the crooked man who went a crooked mile.” He really looked as if he had
    millionaire; but I defended Capital with so much intelligence that a fool

    sort of smooth appeal
    nostrils was the smell of the leisurely death of the year, of leaves drying
    nostrils was the smell of the leisurely death of the year, of leaves drying
    nostrils was the smell of the leisurely death of the year, of leaves drying

  • I think all canned food aren’t the healthiest thing for your body, they all contain preservatives, if not also has been processed
    They just vary from worse to worst

  • I like my baked beans! We have reduced salt and sugar beans here. It really makes a difference. I have never heard of clam chowder powder.

  • This video showed green beans when discussing beans, such as pinto beans. I am wondering if that was an error as it seems the two have little in common.

  • I always add fruit to my breakfast (porridge), sometimes as snack and sometimes as smoothie…. Vegetables not so much, sometimes as side dish or a big salad. But I don’t like them in smoothies or as snack:/

  • Hmmm if i ate twice the amount or rice, bread, pasta and potatoes I would be walking around looking like humpty dumpty, bloated af and tired as hell. No thank you��

  • How many of these canned foods do you have in your pantry? How often do you turn to canned food in a week? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends!��

  • I eat 1.5 serving of veggies for every meal I eat. So about 4.5-6 servings per day. �� it helps me stay full when I am on a low carb day. Thank you for all the guidance on nutrition and exercises. I’ve learned a lot and have made great progress on my journey to live lean!

  • Cheers for the Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your opinion. Have you thought about Fanabraal Toned Tiraspol (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a good one off guide for sliming down naturally without exercise minus the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my best friend Jordan finally got amazing success with it.

  • Canned food has high level of BPA which leads to hormone imbalance even cancer. So don’t listen to this guy. We should avoid processed food as much as we can.

  • Dr.Oz is all HYPE! He only cares about making money and the bottom line. He could CARE LESS about people’s health. If this moron said that you could eat 3 hot fudge sundae’s a day for three months and you could lose up to 50 pounds. Gullible people would believe him and try it. The guy is a MORON!

  • I Agree100% with Buying Non-cooked Natural Foods. However, Canned Food, Or Processed Foods CONTAIN TO MUCH SODIUM. Better known as SALT… That’s what hardens arteries/Veins, AND Causes Obesity, AND Hart Attacks…

    JMO…

  • I eat canned vegatables and fruit not frozen or fresh them be to much money at least getting more nuntretion what I was afford can vegatables

  • Hey, do you know anything about how the freeze food in the UK? i was always under the impression that they for example peas just harvest them and then no cooking was involved and they are just frozen straight away… is this me just being stupid? D:

  • winter vegetable: pumpkin! I *adore* pumpkin.

    Do you use the cilantro seeds? They’re lovely to use in cooking either green and fresh, or harvested and dried, and ground up in a pestle and mortar.

  • Yes! I’ve studied nutrition, and canned foods such as wild salmon and sardines are a great option.
    Also frozen veggies, it holds all the wonderful nutrients! I agree with this video.

  • I have:
    -canned tomatoes with onion
    -tomato purée
    -canned fish
    Bad stuff: 1 can baked beans
    I also have canned tuna and canned smoked mussels, are they healthy to eat?

  • than anything else, like Horatius and his bridge. We must defend it till the
    “Your offer,” he said, “is far too idiotic to be declined. You say that

    the top of the house he had found a few torn remnants of books; there must

    Then his eye strayed downwards, and he burst out laughing. Though the
    Then his eye strayed downwards, and he burst out laughing. Though the
    Then his eye strayed downwards, and he burst out laughing. Though the

  • some older and simpler figure; the adventures may be mad, but the adventurer
    reflected the red sky, and they both reflected his anger. The sky, indeed,

    her eyes an’ starts makin’ love to me. I had a regular wrastlin’ match

    that of the one horseman, who had left it far behindthe insane Secretary.
    that of the one horseman, who had left it far behind-- the insane Secretary.
    that of the one horseman, who had left it far behindthe insane Secretary.

  • “Pra-duce.” ;^D As a person who spent years avoiding veggies, I am now a solid convert to frozen Bird’s Eye Steam-Fresh veggies. At $1.00 per package, containing two generous servings, I have a 4 1/2 minute microwave time and, with a little butter, salt, pepper and garlic powder voila! delish veggies are served. The bag of broccoli contains (wait for it): broccoli. The green bean bag contains: green beans. Aside from cucumbers & baby carrots (and the recipe I added above) most raw veggies go to waste in my household, so this will have to do. Believe me when I type that this is a MAJOR improvement for me!!!!

  • Broccoli and zuchinis. I love them. I add zuchini in almost every dish I cook. Sometimes I substitute it with eggplant. I just love the creamy effect. Otherwise, Broccoli is definitely my favorite to snack on!! phil’s garden is jaw dropping!! It’s so pretty!
    One last thing, can organic frozen fruits for example be low in quality? I love my frozen berries & make sure to buy them organic, I always add some in my smoothies.Can they organic be low quality?Do I have to search for a specific company?

  • This video showed green beans when discussing beans, such as pinto beans. I am wondering if that was an error as it seems the two have little in common.

  • “the crooked man who went a crooked mile.” He really looked as if he had
    millionaire; but I defended Capital with so much intelligence that a fool

    sort of smooth appeal
    nostrils was the smell of the leisurely death of the year, of leaves drying
    nostrils was the smell of the leisurely death of the year, of leaves drying
    nostrils was the smell of the leisurely death of the year, of leaves drying

  • I never heard of anyone dying from the foods you say are not healthy. I bet you would eat them if you were hungry and that’s all there was, i would.

  • Wheat, corn and soybeans are GMO engineered. Stay away from them and while you’re at it stay away from canola oil. Do your research. Thanks

  • And some of your asses smoke and drink SO CUT THE SHIT…now im gonna go have some beer some ciggs a burger and call it a day…then tomorrow im gonna drink plenty of water exercise eat chicken breast a salad and call it a day then the next fuckin day im gonna drink beer again got it…you dont have to have a little bad all the time just fuckin live.

  • here’s an unsolicited advice: can the popping sounds. don’t over-do them like you have in this video. can it totally, in fact, and it’ll be better.

    i couldn’t watch the whole 10 minutes worth of annoying popping sounds that are strewn randomly all through out this video.

  • I have to eat mostly canned vegatables fresh are cheap but get expinsive if need them every couple days can’t afford fresh vegatables

  • I appreciate your something is better than nothing attitude. So many of these health speakers are optimal or why bother. Get real, people! Life is about shades of gray.

  • How many of these canned foods do you have in your pantry? How often do you turn to canned food in a week? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends!��

  • These kind of videos are sponsored by the canned food companies….don’t trust this kind of videos….naturally grown and fresh is always best for us…even we don’t know who is giving us this advise….maybe a illiterate person…or crazy one who doesn’t know anything about it….where they get the research from that which is good or bad….never trust stupid videos or don’t let them to make you fool..

  • winter vegetable: pumpkin! I *adore* pumpkin.

    Do you use the cilantro seeds? They’re lovely to use in cooking either green and fresh, or harvested and dried, and ground up in a pestle and mortar.

  • “Pra-duce.” ;^D As a person who spent years avoiding veggies, I am now a solid convert to frozen Bird’s Eye Steam-Fresh veggies. At $1.00 per package, containing two generous servings, I have a 4 1/2 minute microwave time and, with a little butter, salt, pepper and garlic powder voila! delish veggies are served. The bag of broccoli contains (wait for it): broccoli. The green bean bag contains: green beans. Aside from cucumbers & baby carrots (and the recipe I added above) most raw veggies go to waste in my household, so this will have to do. Believe me when I type that this is a MAJOR improvement for me!!!!

  • i follow a paleo food guide i eat veggies and high carb veggies like sweet potato like 6 to 7 serivices per day and fruit like 3 to four services per day i dont do soy or dairy

  • Aren’t the canned apricots and canned peaches basically in a same liquid? Why the apricots are healthy and the peaches unhealthy?

  • The first time he said it I went “Pro-duce! Idk where you’re from, but it’s pronounced Pro-duce where I am.” Then started laughing when she called out “Pro-duce!” in the background XD!!

  • Oh hai! Have you tried intellectus 424 diet (do a search on google)? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my father lost a ton of weight with it.

  • bisphenol A has been proven to completely reverse your sexual gender and cause cancer so its very serious and should not be in any food or chothing in this country, they said that they banned it in canada but that bs its still in there.

  • Wow it’s pretty harsh to call all poor people “fat tubs of shit”. What is wrong with what this guy is saying? I’m thousands of dollars in debt from college loans, now am I going to dig that hole deeper by shopping at Whole Foods every week, or am I going to try for the same amount of food at half the price?

    He was also mostly talking about frozen foods which have no additives (as opposed to canned)

  • I don’t want a damn explanation. Anything that is canned is not good. You hear me.. anything. okay. It is evident in this battle against COVID-19. Those countries that provide canned food can be strong but in the blood they have no immunity. NO POWER TO FIGHT. You know it’s always presentation to the world. People like canned food. But nobody cares even if it’s poison in it. That’s marketing for ya. That’s the so called urbanisation and development. Wow! what a good way to die without knowing.

  • what about the salt and sugar that is added to canned veggies to preserve it? I think that the doctor has sold Americans out and one reason that so many people are fighting diabetes

  • He says can food is just as good but question is….what the hell is in it to last that long when fresh natural fresh foods don’t last..js

  • There is a very popular soup in Brazil called “Caldo verde”. It’s a delicious chunky potatoes soup (mash a little of the potatoes for a creamy consistency) with lots of onions, garlic and you add collard greens at the end, just to wilt a little. Awesome in the winter time or after a long night of drinking:P
    There are some variations of the recipe out there, but the one that runs in my family is vegetarian:)

  • well… I’ll call all this.. for the lack of finer words….total and utter BS! They are healthy/unhealthy based on what? How many test subjects have you had? How many test groups? And for how long? Could go on and on but all you say here is nothing more than “it’s so because I say it is. Good luck to you and anyone foolish enough to follow your “advices”.

  • Hmmmm??? I’m 69 yrs old and healthy. I love my bacon, ham, clam chowder, eggs, mayonnaise, and everything else you “claim” is bad. As an added bonus my food tastes a whole lot better than that “Bland-shit” you eat.

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  • Canned vegetables are better than fresh. They haven’t been touched, sneezed on or sampled. Go to any grocery store. You will see people picking off the vegetables and sampling them. Always buy the cans behind the front row. They are the freshest.

  • I have a couple of the good ones and 1 bad one in my cupbard. I only turn over the cans infrequently. about once every month or two

  • i do can tuna & baked beans every now & then. you didnt mention tuna & i was very surprised that the baked beans i love is very bad for me. so sad.

  • Definitely sweet potato as well. Whats your favorite way to cook them? Sometimes I just chop them up a bit and steam them in the microwave.

  • I have many cans of food in different sizes there great for light weight lifting, I wouldn’t dream of eating any of it unless I was in a life vs death situation.

  • I always add fruit to my breakfast (porridge), sometimes as snack and sometimes as smoothie…. Vegetables not so much, sometimes as side dish or a big salad. But I don’t like them in smoothies or as snack:/

  • Obviously, you’ve never had either artichoke nor parsnip.��, you peel the parsnip declaring it as artichoke. Artichoke are a kind of thistle and you do NOT peel them, you chew the bottom section of the outer leave until you get to the heart, which is what is canned.

  • i do can tuna & baked beans every now & then. you didnt mention tuna & i was very surprised that the baked beans i love is very bad for me. so sad.

  • i follow a paleo food guide i eat veggies and high carb veggies like sweet potato like 6 to 7 serivices per day and fruit like 3 to four services per day i dont do soy or dairy

  • I’m in love with this recipe for a ‘green goddess’ type dressing I saw prepared on “Queer Eye,” and, because you and Jessica have shared so much with me, I’m sharing this with you! (The gentleman getting the “Queer Eye” makeover named this “vegetable candy.”) Into your blender or processor, place:

    One bunch of cilantro
    One bunch of parsley
    Four green onions
    Four celery stalks
    One jalapeno
    2/3’ish cup of plain Greek yogurt
    One avocado
    A dash or two of olive oil to keep the works from being too pasty

    OMG, I’ve 100% ditched commercial dressings to dip my cucumber slices in this concoction. Sometimes, when I feel like having a little ‘something,’ I’ll have a small bowl of this… eat it with a spoon, like a cold soup! You Gouthros have really inspired me, turning 61 this summer, to start living lean, “like a boss.” I wish I’d raised my kids the healthy way you are raising yours.:^D

  • I think all canned food aren’t the healthiest thing for your body, they all contain preservatives, if not also has been processed
    They just vary from worse to worst

  • Oh hai! Have you tried intellectus 424 diet (do a search on google)? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my father lost a ton of weight with it.

  • Oh yeah, right! The chemicals in the cans and the processes done to preserve the food before canning are indeed not hazzardous to health. Nice try but not all people are fools. By the way, even though the nutrients are concentrated in canned goods, the benefits are offsett by the health hazzards for being canned. And fyi, more doesnt always mean better. I dont care if the nutrients in the fresh ones are lesser, i dont need excess nutrients, i need just enough.

  • Reading this post, it seems you even agree with my original point which was that this guy is bullshitting.

    Why rage at me, lady?

  • I Agree100% with Buying Non-cooked Natural Foods. However, Canned Food, Or Processed Foods CONTAIN TO MUCH SODIUM. Better known as SALT… That’s what hardens arteries/Veins, AND Causes Obesity, AND Hart Attacks…

    JMO…

  • well… I’ll call all this.. for the lack of finer words….total and utter BS! They are healthy/unhealthy based on what? How many test subjects have you had? How many test groups? And for how long? Could go on and on but all you say here is nothing more than “it’s so because I say it is. Good luck to you and anyone foolish enough to follow your “advices”.

  • Prunes, clams, sardines, and apricots you will never see me eat. Since I find them really disgusting. And try telling that to my type 2 diabetic stepfather about chickpeas. He has a huge massive hatred towards them. Even though he is a diabetic he still would rather eat junk food like cheese steak sandwiches, French fries, pizza, regular soda, Doritos, McDonald’s, and Burger King. Over the healthy foods that a person with type 2 diabetes should eat. Because he always tells me that he really hates those kinds of foods.

  • canned tomatoes…. you could have mentioned the addition of the very nasty calcium chloride to most american canned tomatoes. and to be on the lookout for outa sight sodium content.
    important info, i’d say.

  • Wheat, corn and soybeans are GMO engineered. Stay away from them and while you’re at it stay away from canola oil. Do your research. Thanks

  • I am not Neil, I like most of this video, what I do not like is that most corn has been reported to be GMO which is bad for your health. I wish it was not this way because I use to like corn but now I will not eat it.

  • The first time he said it I went “Pro-duce! Idk where you’re from, but it’s pronounced Pro-duce where I am.” Then started laughing when she called out “Pro-duce!” in the background XD!!

  • @Beffyx3 you have to put them in boiling water for a while and then right into ice water to blanch them. Just look up “how to blanch peas” in google

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  • The cans used for food reserving have polymer coating as linear. Food will cause corrosion to the can if it contacts directly with the food inside. I don’t feel confidence to the video. Where are more iron from? Would you please cite if you are sure about what you intend to tell, else might miss leading consumers.