People who prefer to eat “100% Natural” or all-natural health foods may not be aware that most of the food products in supermarkets labeled such are not actually true to their word. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration allows manufacturers to claim “100% Natural” if food does not contain added color, artificial flavors, or synthetic substances. However, some “natural” food products actually contain processed sweeteners, flavors, colors, additives and preservatives which are produced in laboratories. Granola bars are particularly notorious for being promoted as a health food with natural ingredients like fruits and nuts. However, some brands may contain high-fructose […]Continue reading ‘All Natural’ Health Foods or Not?
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