Low in Calories, High in Chemicals

By Contributor – November 4, 2011

In honor of this month’s Nutrition Issue, we want to remind everyone of an article in our February issue of last year. Just because a food is low in calories doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good for you!

If you’re like most people, you meticulously scour the nutrition info on your chips for the fat and calorie content without giving the ingredient list so much as a glance. Our government, after all, would never allow food manufacturers or restaurants to add in things that could put our health at risk.

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