Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The Globe and Mail Metro (Ontario Edition)
19 February, 2013
We're misleading consumers. It's promoting the wrong sorts of foods, which is not healthy, Geoffrey Livesey Independent nutritional biochemist. "You can have a bowl of corn flakes with no extra sugar added, or a bowl of sugar with no extra corn flakes. It might taste different, but biologically they're comparable." David Ludwig Professor of nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health. A diverse group of scientists believes the modern system of labeling is misleading consumers and contributing to the global obesity epidemic.
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