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You forgot 'organic' and 'nonGMO'
Good tips...I was aware of the problems but not some of the at home solutions. Great info.
Interesting collection of foods to bash.
Wow, good to know.
One cannot just jump on the 'Bandwagon' for every new idea or gimmick-Good to Know.
I like Matcha. Nowadays I should say. I wasn't real fond at it at first
Homemade dressing is delicious
Thank you for this article. It was a great reminder. The salt content of processed foods is one issue that wasn't directly addressed here, and it's one that's really on my mind right now because I'm trying to get my acid reflux under control without medication. One of the many sources of that problem is excess salt, and once I started reading labels on processed foods, I was like "Oh. My. God."
Needs to be updated badly......old information.
I read the ingredients as well. When the first ingredient on a salad dressing label is water, I'm not going to buy it.
Canned soup was one of the first foods to shock me with the high content of bad nutrients and high coals, carbs, and fat.
Thanks. Great information.
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