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Allie Lewis Clapp from Real Simple magazine shows Maggie Rodriguez some guilt-free ways to make pre-packaged food look and taste gourmet.
13 Feb 2010
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Do you know how to read food labels? Maybe you THOUGHT you did. Truth is, you probably don't. But Jeff Novick, MS, RD -- of the McDougall program -- does. And in his full talk he shows the 3 easy steps you MUST know if you ever buy foods at any supermarket or "health" food store. In this online excerpt, Novick -- who used to be a food service manager at Kraft Foods -- exposes one of the dirty secrets major food corporations use to deceive consumers. It's no accident labels are so confusing! High-protein/low-carb diet proponents claim that the US started eating "low-fat" foods 20 years ago and yet still gained weight, "proving" that the low-fat diet wasn't effective. But that's nonsense, as Novick demonstrates in his talk. The foods weren't/aren't low-fat at all. Food companies use sleight of hand to make them appear that way. Novick shows how to cut through the nonsense of food labeling to see what you need to see, and understand what you're really getting. This is an excerpt from Novick's 80-minute talk at the VegSource 2007 Healthy Lifestyle Expo, and part of a 12-part series of top health expert presentations. In his full fascinating and entertaining presentation, Novick teachers the "three easy rules" for cutting through the b.s. and quickly understanding food labels, to know exactly what you're getting. After watching his talk, you'll never look at packaged food the same! You can get a DVD set featuring all 12 amazing talks from the Expo 2007. CLICK HERE for more info: https://secure2.vegsource.com/catalog/ or go to VEGSOURCE.COM and click on STORE
5 Apr 2010
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To all the people who are worried about the detrimental effects of food coloring: Food coloring is found in just about every packaged food product out there. It is almost unavoidable. Eating just a few of these cupcakes will not permanently damage your health. However, I would just like to let you know about the POSSIBLE bad side effects. http://healthfieldmedicare.suite101.com/article.cfm/food_coloring These might be a litle more time consuming than regular cupcakes, but the results are worth it! Here is the link to where I got the idea from! http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/rainbow_cupcakes Ingredients: White Box Cake Mix + Ingredients for Cake Mix (Eggs, Oil, Water) Gel Food Coloring White Frosting (Optional) Rainbow Sprinkles (Optional) Things You Need: 6 Cups and Forks Big Bowl Cupcake Liners Cupcake Pan Ladle Spatula Whisk
25 May 2011
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Kourtney and Kim Take New York Season: 4 Episode: 3 Get Kourtney's essential tips for feeding your toddler healthy, organic meals. Plus, hear why she steers clear of pre-packaged foods.
12 Dec 2011
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Allie Lewis Clapp from Real Simple magazine shows Maggie Rodriguez some guilt-free ways to make pre-packaged food look and taste gourmet.
23 Aug 2012
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Since the mid-90's, nutrition facts were on the side of food products. Now, some packaged foods are getting new front-of-the-box labels. Randall Pinkston reports on this 'smart choices program'.
24 Aug 2012
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Allie Lewis Clapp from Real Simple magazine shows Maggie Rodriguez some guilt-free ways to make pre-packaged food look and taste gourmet.
7 Oct 2012
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When TV personalities wade into the world of vanity-branded packaged foods, the results aren't always pretty. Can Ina Garten (of "Barefoot Contessa" fame) pull it off with her Sauté Dinners for Two?
10 Apr 2013
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The clip food-from-the-government from Super Size Me (2004) with Morgan Spurlock, Kay Glover. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. for Sodexho, one of the countless lowest bidders that school districts have farmed out the feeding of your children to. Sodexho services more than 400 k-12 school districts nationwide every day, providing quality food like little Debbie snack cakes, Gatorade, and candy bars to your children. They also operate prisons and feed thousands of inmates worldwide. Part of our position is that we're hoping that through nutrition education, the students will learn to make the right food choices without restricting what they can purchase. At this middle school in Beckley, west Virginia, the school lunches don't have the flair they do in Illinois. This school does not outsource their food service, but they are on the federal school lunch program, providing USDA reimbursable meals to the students, most of which are reheated, reconstituted packaged foods. Some days the amount of calories in each meal tops 1,000. So, the USDA sends this food for you to prepare for kids. Right. Well, not all of it, now. You've got sloppy Joe bar-b-que sauce with pork. From the government. Whatever happened to cooks actually cooking? I don't know what happened. Too many whiny people. They don't want to work hard. It's easy to come in here. This is the best tool we got right here... box opener. That's your chef's tool, the box cutter. Open up a box, serve it, give it to them. Let's look at the things that are actually cooked. Here's a menu. Mashed potatoes. Ham. Chili will be homemade. The chili will be homemade. What about the tomato soup? Campbell's. Meatballs? Comes in a box. You heat it up. Out of the course of an entire month, 6 out of 36. You're only cooking 6 out of 36 meals? Appleton central alternative high school
25 May 2013
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