Sometimes reading food labels can be difficult. After all, who knows what half the listed ingredients are. Many can't even be pronounced. Do you read food labels before making a decision to purchase food products? Would you still buy a particular item if you don't know what particular ingredients are? Or, do you just avoid the items with ingredients you know are bad for you?
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Thank you for commenting, American_Choices. When I read that decisions were being made to not label "aspartame" on milk earlier this year, I was appalled. That chemical additive is so dangerous to health. It even affected my own health. :(
Glad to hear you're living a healthy lifestyle, Souther29. And, oh my! on the fast food... how true on the after effects. :(
Glad to hear you're reading labels and avoiding the bad stuff, Don. :-) Thanks for answering.
Paula, I agree so much! I am very much like you. My husband now goes shopping with me to make sure I don't spend the whole day out. Thankfully, most foods I purchase are meats and produce, so I don't have to read too many labels. It is a scary thing!
That's great, Jared. I appreciate your comment.
Thanks for answering, KL. I'm glad you don't have any problems with corn. Unfortunately, more than 90% of corn in the U.S. is genetically modified and is one of the highest inflammatory foods there is. Countering the effects with greens is good too.