Forget “Fat free”, “Natural” or “Made with real fruit.” Food packages are covered in claims that make you think you’re buying something healthy, but many of those labels are useless to you, the consumer. Here’s how to tell the few helpful labels from their confusing brethren.
I think the general rule is to cook for yourself. The reality to how to make a food product that is ubiquitous undermines why it’s food in the first place. You don’t have to be vegan or vegetarian, but there is a lot of benefit to be gleaned from the approach to food.