Food is not all it seems says new book Rich Food Poor Food

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Foods that might pass the low fat, low sodium test may actually use substitutes that are banned additives in some nations.

This is part of the message from new book Rich Food Poor Food: The Ultimate Grocery Purchasing System (GPS) and while it is written for the US market, its claims are relevant in other parts of the world, such as Australia, where similar products are sold.

The Washington Times reports the books claims that, 'An estimated 80 per cent of all packaged foods sold in America are actually so unhealthy and packed with chemical additives that they’re banned in much of the world.'

Fat-substitue Olestra, bromine and a food colouring made from petroleum are some of the food additives Rich Food Poor Food discusses.

So before you head back to the potato chip or frozen food aisle, check out Rich Food Poor Food by Dr Jayson Calton and Mira Calton.


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