Better For You?Feb 22, 2021
Plant-Based vs. Chicken Hard Boiled Eggs
Plant-based eggs- what the cluck!? We break down what you need to know about plant-based vs. chicken hard boiled eggs: Are they better-for-you? Are they better for the environment? Do they even taste good!? The answers to these burning questions and more on this month's episode of Better for You.
Plant-Based vs. Dairy Butter
Butter for you? Continuing the debates of plant-based vs. conventional, this time with everyone's favorite silky spread: butter.
We discuss the differences between their nutrition, taste, price, and sustainability.
Maruchan vs. Immi Instant Ramen
We break down the science behind the college dorm room staple: instant ramen!
Legacy brand Maruchan vs. the new gen brand Immi- which is better for you?
Annie's vs. Kraft Mac & Cheese
A classic childhood staple: boxed mac & cheese (yum).
We discuss whether the popular new generation Annie's is better-for-you than the pantry staple, Kraft.
Magic Spoon vs. Cheerios
Cheerios, the cereal brand with a heart on the front.
Is it actually good for your heart, or is the up-and-comer Magic Spoon better? We discuss.
Plant-based meat vs. Animal-based meat
While plant based meat is better for the environment, is it better for you? We try to figure it out with special guest Adam Yee.
We also discuss GMO's and food processing. Good, bad, otherwise? Dig in to find out.
Note: These products weren't built to be better-for-you, but we think they make for an interesting discussion.
Banza vs. Digiorno Frozen Pizza
Banza chickpea based pizza vs the classic Digiorno Pizza. Which is better for you?
Smart Sweets vs. Swedish Fish
What's better for you? Smart Sweets or Swedish Fish?
Grabanzos vs. Flipz Chocolate Covered Pretzels
We explore whether Grabanzos, a new brand by Antithesis Foods (us!) is actually better for you than another crunchy chocolate covered snack, Flipz.
Justin's vs. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
We explore whether Justin's Peanut Butter cups is actually better for you than the best selling candy in the United States, Reese's.