Velochic, you're right, this forum is a classroom; the only difference being that it's a democratic classroom, and not a dictatorial system as most classrooms are. The admins set aside an entire forum for the discussion of healthy foods, dieting and nutrition. Perhaps this whole topic may have been better served in that forum.
I respect anyone's desire to eat as little processed food as possible; we all, in our hearts, would like to do the same, I'm sure. But, as I said before, 'all things in moderation'.
I have found myself becoming a master skeptic with claims of this food being a 'superfood' and that food being a monster, cancer/heart attack/whatever-causing agent. If we want to start serious discussions on the benefits of a particular food or the processing method used to make it, it would be a great idea. As long as the claims can be backed up by serious research by proven researchers; and not a company trying to sell its product, or diet or book.