RD exposes "health foods" that probably aren't

02/29/2012 | Washington Post, The

Reduced-fat peanut butter, enhanced water, energy bars, nonfried crackers and even multi-grain products are not as healthy as their marketing claims, registered dietitian Katherine Tallmadge writes. She advises people to read nutrition labels and cautions that so-called healthy foods can be loaded with calories, sugars, enriched flours, refined grains and salt.

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