Food labels often do not tell the whole nutrition story

03/1/2011 | MSNBC

Food labels often do not tell the whole story when it comes to fat, sugar and salt. Food proportions can be adjusted so that removing one ingredient usually means boosting another, such as adding more sugar to low-sodium or low-fat foods. This article cites what it calls nine common lies in food labels.

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