Don’t Be Too Impressed! Food Claims Can Be Deceptive!

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In this video i discuss some of the bold print food claims that we see on food packaging in the grocery store – and demonstrate that we must have a little bit of healthy cynicism about the boasts. With vitamins and minerals. for one thing, sugar is the second ingredient next to water. strike one. (well, unless it’s sugar alcohols and color in the 0 calorie version…) for another, there is absolutely no food substance in these drinks that is contributing to the vitamins and minerals they contain.. The 10 most misleading health claims on food food makers love to claim all kinds of health benefits for their products, but many are misleading or false..

In this video, i discuss some of the bold food claims we see in food packaging at the grocery store, and i demonstrate that we should have a healthy bit of cynicism about the alarms that food companies place with so much pride in your labels. .. ‘consumers being duped by misleading claims about honey’ 9 things you don’t realise are giving you whiter teeth. surprising foods that can cause bad breath.. 10 things the food industry doesn’t want you to know nutrition experts argue that you can’t take marketing campaigns at face value. by adam voiland and angela haupt march 30, 2012.

courtweek.com - Archives: 2011November 1, 2011The Law of ...

Don’t feel grateful just yet: currently, food makers can use that claim if a serving has less than 0.5 grams. but if “partially hydrogenated oils” is in the ingredients list, the food has. If the only sign of fruit is "fruit juice concentrate," don’t be impressed. that’s essentially a form of added sugar—and your child won’t be getting the health benefits of eating real fruit.. Additionally, if you are a victim of deceptive practices, “you’re not getting what you paid for, and that’s a failure of the marketplace,” gardner said..

If the only sign of fruit is "fruit juice concentrate," don’t be impressed. that’s essentially a form of added sugar—and your child won’t be getting the health benefits of eating real fruit.. With vitamins and minerals. for one thing, sugar is the second ingredient next to water. strike one. (well, unless it’s sugar alcohols and color in the 0 calorie version…) for another, there is absolutely no food substance in these drinks that is contributing to the vitamins and minerals they contain.. 10 things the food industry doesn’t want you to know nutrition experts argue that you can’t take marketing campaigns at face value. by adam voiland and angela haupt march 30, 2012.