Tuesday, August 26, 2008

it's not really good for you

Totally stealing this from that blog I mentioned who says he got it from The Fat Loss Troubleshoot:

• If your food has a wrapper or a box, chances are it isn’t good for you.
• If your food has ingredients you can’t say, chances are it isn’t good for you.
• If your food makes a claim that it’s healthy, chances are it isn’t good for you.
• If your food comes pre-seasoned, chances are it isn’t good for you.
• Lastly, if your food makes any claims about fat loss, chances are it isn’t good for you.

3 comments:

CaRoLyN said...

Awwwwww.....

This made me very skeptical of my lunch...it didn't pass the test.

Sara said...

Similar to what Michael Pollan says in In Defence of Food!

Shannon said...

that list is bogus. everything is good for you in moderation.