Foods with hidden veggies are no substitute for the real thing

08/23/2011 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Foods that have hidden vegetables added in are not a total substitute for eating fresh produce, nutrition experts say. Registered dietitian Dawn Jackson Blatner says trying to meet nutrition guidelines using fortified foods leaves people without the water, fiber and unprocessed nutrients they would get from fresh fruits and vegetables, and could result in high calorie intake.

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