• Don’t be fooled by tricky marketing buzzwords: all natural often isn’t, enriched is a poor choice, and fat-free can often cost you, health-wise!
  • Find the ingredients list first! The fewer, the better. Avoid unrecognizable words, and stay away from partially hydrogenated oils and high fructose corn syrup.
  • Then check out the serving size and nutrition facts. Tip: Fiber is our friend, but sugar is not!

High-quality food can be expensive, but so is the high cost of poor health and diet-related disease.  Prevention is the best cure.

“The first wealth is health.”  – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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