The above article points out some key sneaky underhanding things that food companies do in order to pass off something as "healthy" or "good for you".
Some helpful words to watch out for: NATURAL INGREDIENTS
Something they didn't mention:
THE TERM "VEGETABLE OIL": Could be a term for the combination of the following oils...
Emry is allergic... not anaphlyactic... but he breaks out in a wicked rash EVERYWHERE (and boy do I mean EVERYWHERE).
I am getting to the point where ingredient labels are so deceiving, that I want to start making my own juices, and cereals, and WHATEVER else Emry consumes.
You can't even rely on a juice to be 100% fuit juice.
There's always trickery afoot.
AND IT BLOWS.
Why is the FDA letting the food companies get away with these "toe-the-line" half truths?
We care what we're putting into our bodies and our families bodies!
We care about the ingredients, so stop trying to hide them, or mask them with nice sounding words.
One day, their clever wording, is going to result in an allergy related death, and then what? What are they going to do then?
Does this bother anyone else?
Does any one else have children with specific food allergies, and have found that Food Manufactures have cleverly his things in the labels?
Does any one else spend most of the time at the grocery store reading the ingredients label?
Can you tell I'm heated about this?