April 25, 2015

Food Frauds That Can Wreck Your Diet

A close up of Caesar salad.
An overhead view of a fruit smoothie.
A photo of an unwrapped energy bar.
A close up of a chicken burrito.
A photo of a diet soda lid.
A photo of bottles of Vitamin Water.
A photo of whole milk and skim milk.
A photo of a 2% milk latte with whipped cream.
A photo of a package of turkey hot dogs.
A photo of bran muffins on cooling rack.
A photo of regular and low-fat granola.
A photo of a spoonful of yogurt.
A close up of multigrain waffle.
A photo of extra virgin and light olive oil.
A photo of a raw egg in a carton.
A photo of a row of iced tea bottles.
A photo of a bowl of microwave popcorn.
A photo wedge of iceberg lettuce with dressing.
A photo of a salty plate of antipasto.
A photo of a spoonful of coleslaw.
A photo of banana chips on a white table.

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Reviewed by Michael W. Smith, MD on Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Diet Slideshow Pictures: Food Frauds That Can Wreck Your Diet

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