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The FDA’s Outdated Standards Make Shopping for Healthy Food More Confusing

Almost every day, consumers shopping for the healthiest foods must deal with a dizzying array of constantly changing nutritional information. The latest such shift happened on September 30 when an international group of researchers found that eating high quantities of red meat is not associated with long-term cancer or heart disease risks. The broader implication that eating a high-fat diet won’t cut life expectancy short will prove particularly difficult for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to swallow.  Read more....

 

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