With all the Orwellian “Doublespeak” surrounding our foods, we pretty much have to assume that packaged foods are “guilty until proven innocent” when it comes to labels and claims.
Don’t eat high fructose corn syrup.
I’m a fan of the Girl Scouts, and have tremendous respect for their organization. But I won’t buy their cookies.
Soda has no nutritional merit whatsoever, so people participating in SNAP should not be allowed to use their benefits to purchase it.
John Forberger is an award-winning, Gluten-Free Triathlete. Today he writes about the connection between unprocessed food and athletic performance.
With the recent uproar about the Corn Refiners Association’s goal of rebranding High Fructose Corn Syrup into the supposedly more appealing “Corn Sugar” name, and considering that avoiding HFCS is one of my three cardinal rules, I thought I might spend a moment today to chime in
Although the jury is still out about the deleterious health effects of HFCS, I’ve decided nevertheless to avoid it completely. Here’s why.
A 20 ounce Coca-Cola has 240 calories, provided entirely by the 65 grams of sugar in the bottle.