Scientific ingredient names decoded

11/4/2011 | NPR.org

Many ingredients that give low-fat food a thick or creamy texture are derived from plants or animals. These include carrageenans, extracted from seaweed, methylcellulose, from tree pulp, and gelatin, made with skin and bones of cows and pigs.

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