How well do you read the ingredient labels on the foods you purchase and do you understand them?
I read the ingredients and the nutritional information carefully. The first thing that I look for is High Fructose Corn Syrup". If it is listed, I stop there and put in back. If I continue reading, I look for the sodium content next, too high, put it back and so on. I have learned to be careful of what goes into my body.
I always read ingredient labels very carefully. I look for food with natural ingredients with few or no preservatives.
by Audrey Selig4 years ago
If you see high fructose corn syrup on a food label, would you buy that item or not? Explain.
by Abby Campbell4 years ago
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by Kelly Kline Burnett7 years ago
Can anyone explain or guide me how high fructose corn is more of a filler than just corn syrup? Also, health differences?A friends makes BBQ without "high fructose corn syrup" and I want to fully...
by Rachel Rodgers7 years ago
Is Diet Coke as bad, or perhaps even worse than regular Coke?I drink Diet Coke all the time, and it doesn't seem to increase my appetite, although I have heard just the opposite. I have heard that it may be unhealthy...
by Aya Katz8 years ago
High fructose corn syrup doesn't taste nearly as good as sugar, and the consensus among nutritionists is that it is also much worse for us. Considering these facts, why are virtually all soft drinks (except the diet...
by fit2day6 years ago
Do the ingredients in some foods alarm you?Do you pay attention to food labels? If so, are you aware of what the ingredients are?
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