Lemon Poppyseed Scones: From people who care

July 25, 2012 |

I have written a serial of angry warnings about infamous Lofthouse cookies which are, in my opinion as a professional chemist, nothing more than a chemical waste. I categorize them as a latent “food terrorism” in this country. You will hardly recognize their hazardless unless you are a chemist, a nutritionist or a DyeDiet follower. Now check this out: Lemon Poppyseed Scones, a product of Canada manufactured for the Whole Foods Market.


Lemon Poppyseed Scones: Risk and NutritionLemon Poppyseed Scones: Risk and Nutrition

The DyeDiet risk and nutrition diagram is more green (nutrients) than yellow (benign food additives)! And, most importantly, none of bad chemicals are added (no red segments) in accord with the essence of the Whole Foods Market policy. See, it’s real; it is possible to produce human-friendly food if you care! Look at the main ingredients:

Bottom line. Obviously, people who do produce Lemon Poppyseed Scones they do care about you and about the country. This IS patriotic, not the Lofthouse’s stuff from Walmart. As the result, you will NOT be exposed to any chemical hazard, DDFI = 0/36 = 0 and you will get a descent nutritional value from a dozen of nutritive ingredients: DDNF = 36/12 ~ 1.6. In other words, you will stay healthy.

The only thing you may want to pay attention to is the caloric content. The scones deliver 240 calories per serving of 3. And there is no problem if you can control yourself and do not eat the whole container of 15 at once. Remember, there is a good saying: We need to earn our food. So work physically and mentally, enjoy eating less and you will be the happiest one!

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Category: Baked goods, DyeDiet RECOMMENDED, Healthy diet

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