Both have high GI etc, and are often eaten in highly processed forms (should avoid). But overall in terms of vitamins, carbsetc they’re comparable. And saponin effects are unclear (and are present in many veggies). (link)
There have been countless articles written about how self-absorbed and lazy my generation is. Everyone wants to tell us we don’t have our act together; we’re just pissing away our 20s. Older generations always criticize the work ethic of younger generations, so I’m honestly not taking these articles personally. The issue I take with these articles is that they chastise us for what we’ve done wrong instead of educating us on how we can live better. If you are wise and accomplished, then please, share your knowledge not your judgement!
In this TEDtalk Dr. Meg Jay empowers us to live intentionally. She doesn’t say BAM, start that family tomorrow! Meg kindly reminds us that if we want a family by the time we’re 35, we can (and must!) start making small shifts today to reach that goal.
“Luck is when preparation meets opportunity.” - Seneca