Many of our shopping habits are dictated by decisions to use and consume products that are healthy and beneficial to our well being. And why not? You have to eat, so if you are trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, of course you need to support that with the products that you buy. An entire market has been created on the idea that certain products or foods being ‘healthier’ than their counterparts, and a lot of times the only noticeable difference is that the healthy choice is more expensive and says “all natural” on the label.
How do we know that these allegedly ‘healthy’ products are actually good for us? The FDA does extend its regulations to ensure that a product can back its claims before it will let them market with it, but a lot of times the ingredients simply don’t match what’s on the box. If we are to truly be healthy, its important to be savvy about what is actually being included in what we eat.
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