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Foodfacts.com understands that many consumers may often be fooled by certain terms, symbols, or words present on food packaging. This article should help to clarify any confusion regarding your foods and how the impact your health! 1. Flavored Both natural … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com has observed that, in 2007, the FDA declared that polydextrose can be called fiber. Poly-what? Polydextrose is made from glucose, sorbitol (a sugar alcohol), and citric acid. It’s what puts the fiber in Fruity Pebbles (not actual pebbles). Polydextrose … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com came across an interesting article in MSN Health and Fitness that is worth passing along. You hear the advice constantly: you need fiber. It’s crucial to your health. Fine, but how much fiber, and how crucial is it? Maybe … Continue reading
High fiber foods have often been touted by nutrition experts, and the media generally, as desirable foods to eat. But is this really a fact? Or is it fiction?