The Most Misleading Health Food Claims
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The Most Misleading Health Food Claims

Food companies want to fool you. Using label lingo and vague health claims, they often make their products appear healthier than they really are. These companies aren't technically lying – that would get them into trouble with the Food and Drug Administration, which regulates food labels. But thanks to several gaping FDA loopholes, they can get away with plastering all kinds of misleading info on labels. Here's what to watch out for.

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