labelling is confusing at the best of times.
much of this confusion is a deliberate tactic
by the food industry to make us think that we're
eating more healthily than we actually are.
Free', 'Low Fat', 'Reduced Sugar'...these claims
and more are made on packaging, but do they
mean what they appear to say?
English language as an extremely versatile tool.
Unless you know the terms used by the food industry
and their meaning, it's easy to misinterpret
what they actually say.
example, the difference between 'Orange Flavour'
and 'Orange Flavoured'. The two may appear to
mean the same thing, but they are far from it.
small wonder that people have trouble in adopting
a healthy diet and that so many people fail
when trying to lose weight.
'Shopping / Kitchen Guide' is the perfect accompaniment
to a healthy diet or exercise regime. It is
also the perfect partner to the 'Definitive'
or 'Diet Analysis' programs.
will visit your home and, together, we'll go
through your cupboards and refridgerator to
make sure that what you are eating is really
what's best for you.
will also put together a healthy eating shopping
list and make a visit to the supermarket of
your choice for you to stock up with what you
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