So if I buy a can of Chef Boyardee ravioli and make it at home and be eating healthier than if I just order a salad at a restaurant? Or maybe I get a Hungry-Man TV dinner and I’m eating healthier than a salad in a restaurant? Sure Ralston is saying buy all the ingredients and make the meal entirely from scratch, but he said buy food and despite what anyone wants to say, what I listed here IS food. And it’s food made at home that is considered less nutritious than if you made it from scratch or if you went to a restaurant and ordered a meal (I’m not referring to a fast food restaurant either).
And look at Ralston talking about eating healthy when he’s IN restaurant where he’s order the food.