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Fraudulent Food Labels

What looks like a healthy choice on the outside isn’t always all it’s wrapped up to be on the inside. —Paige Greenfield
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Fraudulent Foods

As a cyclist, you probably consider yourself a health-savvy shopper. Be warned: A study in the Journal of Marketing reports that those who pay the most attention to food labels are more likely to be duped by false claims. To make the healthiest choices, scrutinze the nutrition facts and ingredient ­panels, says Joy Dubost, PhD, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Here’s how.


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