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Propel Zero: Sucralose is not a solution

[ 3 ] October 26, 2011 |
Propel Zero: Sucralose is not a solution

“ZERO” in a name or on the front of a label is just another “hook” for those of us who still look for silver bullets and magic pills. And I can understand why… According to the Harvard School of Public Health:  “Every day, the government’s food stamp program buys Americans 20 million servings of soda, […]

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Spooky Lofthouse Cookie

[ 1 ] October 22, 2011 |
Spooky Lofthouse Cookie

No stated value While I don’t mind if Halloween baked goods are designed to look scary, the scary food additives are certainly not what we want. Recently I have reviewed “Back To School” Lofthouse cookies. Here is another example of almost exactly the same poor nutrition and high health risk product. Suspiciously, there is no […]

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Why Do We Need Food Day

[ 0 ] October 19, 2011 |
Why Do We Need Food Day

Food Life needs food. We need food to rebuild some 7 million (out of the total 25 trillion) of red blood cells our body loses every second and hence, yes, “we are what we eat.” But you cannot build living cells from whatever is available or even affordable. To survive we must eat nutritious food, […]

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Pretzel Twists: A better food choice

[ 0 ] October 16, 2011 |
Pretzel Twists: A better food choice

Here is Great Value Honey Wheat Braided Pretzel Twists for $1.48 a bag you can buy at a local Walmart. No trans fat, no artificial flavors or colors. Accordingly, the pretzels risk diagram looks more like green that means it is safe to eat the product in moderation. DyeDiet RECOMMENDED With every serving of 10 […]

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Clear American beverage: A Natural Lie

[ 48 ] October 12, 2011 |
Clear American beverage:  A Natural Lie

Stated value “Clear American naturally flavored sparkling water beverage with other natural flavors” is what you read on the label. In addition, it is  zero calories, zero caffeine and zero sugar. Oh, it contains Antioxidants: Vitamin E + Vitamin A + Zinc. The label suggests also that the content has something to do with pomegranate, […]

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Fun Pops: Another Fruit Fraud

[ 12 ] October 9, 2011 |
Fun Pops: Another Fruit Fraud

No, people, this is NOT a fun at all. I thought Kool-Aid  was the only worst fake fruit beverage on the market. Well, if I was the manufacturer of the Fun Pops I couldn’t sleep at nights bothering by the thoughts of what adverse health effects my beverage might produce on American public, especially on children, the […]

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FUZE to confuse

[ 1 ] October 5, 2011 |
FUZE to confuse

Recently I have recommended FUZE Mixed Berry, a naturally flavored and naturally colored beverage from FUZE Beverage, LLC. My initial assumption was that FUZE is committed to offer Americans healthy drinks containing neither artificial colors nor other questionable food additives. Not quite so. When I took another look at the beverage line I have got […]

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What to choose for trick-or-treat?

[ 4 ] October 2, 2011 |
What to choose for trick-or-treat?

While Halloween it still a few weeks away Walmart grocery is already pumpkin-decorated and you may walk by two aisles overloaded with orange boxes full of all possible candies. However, not all of them are equally safe for your children and the children of your neighborhood. What to choose for trick-or-treat to make sure that […]

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Red Velvet Fake

[ 2 ] September 28, 2011 |
Red Velvet Fake

The DyeDiet goal is not to scare you, people. The goal is to inform you about the truth behind commercial statements designed to trick you into buying the products of poor nutritional value. Sometimes truth may look scary but we have to face it in order to make right decisions. Please keep in mind that […]

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Walmart PecanTarts

[ 0 ] September 25, 2011 |
Walmart PecanTarts

This is one of the few products of the Bakery at Walmart which contains no artificial colorants. The tarts made in Canada are safe to eat with the only foreign food additive, an artificial flavor, which is a chemical kept as a commercial secret. Anyway, with its low foreign food additive risk of only DDFI = […]

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