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Ten Food Items You Might Be Surprised to Learn Contain HFCS

[NagAds id=5]Courtesy of Linda Bonvie FoodIdentityTheft Blogger and CFH Contributor May 14, 2013 So just how much high fructose corn syrup are you consuming, anyway? If you regularly dine out or eat processed foods, the chances are high you’re taking in more than you might have ever imagined. Back in the 1980s, when HFCS

Four Examples of How You’ve Been Reading Food Labels All Wrong

Courtesy of Linda Bonvie FoodIdentityTheft Blogger and CFH Contributor May 7, 2013 Reading a food package sounds like it should be pretty easy, doesn’t it? You simply pick it up and learn about the product that’s inside. But there’s a war going on in food labeling, a conflict between the words and images

A Spoonful of HFCS is Neither “OK” nor Especially “Happy”

Courtesy of Linda Bonvie FoodIdentityTheft Blogger and CFH Contributor April 30, 2013   Just what are “happy calories”? If you have no idea, Coca-Cola is only to glad to fill you in on the principle of caloric contentment. The world’s largest beverage company wants you to know that the excess calories you gain from

Aspartame – Consumers Tell FDA: “Don’t Mess with Our Milk”

Courtesy of Linda Bonvie FoodIdentityTheft Blogger and CFH Contributor April 23, 2013               What do you do if you’re the great and powerful American Dairy Industry and you want to make a major change in U.S. Food and Drug Administration food-labeling regulations, only to have your proposal met with an uproar from consumers? Well,

HFCS – FDA Allowing Illegal Ingredient In Foods & Beverages

Government Regulations Violated Products Found Laced with Banned Corn Sweetener - Families Encouraged to Contact FDA April 23, 2013 - We rely on our government to keep us safe. Whether it’s the threat of violence or unsafe products, most believe that our government will watch out for us and protect us. So why is

Corn Refiners Admit HFCS with 90 Percent Fructose Used “for Decades”

Courtesy of Linda Bonvie FoodIdentityTheft Blogger and CFH Contributor April 18, 2013 Exactly how much fructose does a can of Coke contain? If you’ve been reading my blogs here at Food Identity Theft, you’ve no doubt heard about HFCS 90, a ‘super-high’ high fructose corn syrup formulation which, according to a leading manufacturer of

Read Your Labels Day – Get the “411” on What’s in your Food

April 11, 2013 Washington, D.C. - Citizens for Health has declared 4/11 National "Read Your Labels Day". For one day (at least) we want you to investigate - and share - "the 411" on the importance of reading the labels on foods and beverages before you buy them. Observing the claims isn't

Golfers Going Green Tournament – Proceeds Benefit CFH!

March 26, 2013 It's now officially Spring - even if your area hasn't quite caught up yet. With Spring comes visions of picnics, BBQs and other time-tested outdoor activities...Like golf! Are you a budding pro? A duffer? Or perhaps you couldn't tell the difference between an iron and a wood with both

Read Your Labels: The “Top Ten” Additives to Avoid: A Recap

From our Read Your Labels Campaign, a recap of the series "Top Ten Food Additives to Avoid", courtesy of Linda Bonvie Over the past few weeks, I’ve been blogging about the Citizens For Health selections of the top ten food additives to avoid in the “Read Your Labels” campaign. In case

Read Your Labels: Often Confused with Sugar, this Ingredient Wins the Distinction of “Worst of the Worst” In Our “Read Your Labels” Campaign

From our Read Your Labels Campaign, an installment in the series "Top Ten Food Additives to Avoid", courtesy of Linda Bonvie The only way to avoid this additive, which turns up almost everywhere, is to read the ingredient label. Our number-one additive to avoid in the Citizens for Health “Read Your Labels”