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Smarter Food And Drink Ideas

By Tim Donovan

Taking care of your body is as important as it’s ever been. People are adamant about the benefits of maintaining a healthy diet, and junk foods have been shunned due to the damage they can do to the body.

Aside from giving up foods with no nutritional value, eating naturally organic ones can make a huge difference. I’ve become a huge advocate of this lifestyle, and the three examples that I’m going to share with you will give you some suitable alternatives to normally unhealthy foods.

Did you know that ketchup uses high fructose corn syrup to give it a sweeter taste? You’ve probably never thought about this, but that explains why ketchup doesn’t taste as bitter as an ordinary tomato would.

Since HFCS doesn’t go well with the body, you’d be much better off opting for a natural ketchup that uses organic cane sugar instead. You won’t notice any difference in taste, and there’s a good chance you’ll enjoy it more.

Another place where the same holds true is with breads. Many loaves of bread would appear to be wholly organic but they contain high fructose corn syrup used as sweetener here too.

Avoid this by choosing organic breads that simply use sugar instead. Once again, a quick look at the ingredients will reveal everything that’s inside and it’s worth the extra few seconds spent learning about what you’ll be eating.

My final recommendation applies to drinks. There are so many fruit drinks that give off the appearance of natural juice. You’d be shocked by how many people are fooled into thinking they’re drinking something healthy when it’s simply the opposite.

Always look on the bottle to see what percentage juice the drinks are. The ones that are in fact 100% juice will proudly advertise this somewhere on the label.

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