July 2001 Issue
Avoid Getting Duped by Foods Masquerading as Healthful
Supermarket shopping has become both easier and more difficult in recent years. While there are more healthful items to choose from than ever, it’s often tougher to determine exactly what it is you’re buying. Particularly insidious are foods that masquerade as healthful options, when they’re really not. EN did some supermarket sleuthing to help you hone in on the types of foods that tend to deceive.
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