These days, it’s hard to find a meal that isn’t marketed as “health food." Burgers have “organic, free-range” beef, cereal is “whole grain,” and frozen yogurt is “fat free.” But are these foods actually good for you? What does the language slapped on the packing really mean? Unfortunately, the more know about these supposedly healthy products, the more messed-up the answers become. (Even some health-nuts out there don't really know the half of it.) This is how health food companies trick you into eating garbage. As it turns out, they’re really, really good at it.
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