Oh, he's always been on board and supportive, going so far as to cook two different things (like for instance one with BBQ sauce; one without).
Or, my selection of vegetables, and a few fries for himself (he uses the t-fal fryer that doesn't use more than a smidgen of oil).
I've never had problems in that regard; it is just that it's almost funny to hear him say such a thing. We agree it was more a matter of 'laziness' for them to have chosen to ONLY focus on CFG for their source of info, because there are a few gluten intolerant and other allergy prone people in class, and that makes it pretty obvious that it is not always the pat answer for everybody's menu.
Hubby is taking a Business Administration course (3-year program) in a local college.
As part of the program, they have to do Oral Communications.
Another group did a presentation yesterday on Healthy Eating. They used the Canada's Food Guide as their foundation information.
He actually came home and was telling me it was a bunch of junk, and nobody had to eat like that. Wow. I do realize I've discussed a few things with him - but I never thought he was listening most of the time.
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