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By Mary_RD on Apr 01, 2011 in Recipes Edited By +Rachel Berman By Mary Hartley, RD White food has gotten a bum rap because white sugar and white flour may be harmful in excess. But it’s unwise to discriminate against “white” when it’s the color of some mighty healthy foods. Milk, cottage cheese, cauliflower, garlic, onions, tofu, potatoes, white beans, and white whole wheat flour are all over-the-top nutritious. But unlike other foods that have nutrient properties based on color, foods that are white have nothing in common. Here are four classes of white food to include in your diet. Dairy Foods Healthier when skimmed of fat, dairy foods are naturally white and rich in difficult-to-get nutrients, like calcium, phosphorous, … MORE