Smorgasbord Health Column – Processed foods vs. Industrially manufactured foods.

A great post from Sally about highly processed foods… Why do so many still eat processed foods on a regular basis?  Processed foods and ready meals why should we limit how much we eat and also how it affects our health and our families health…A good well researched post…No Gimmicks or untruths just facts… A must read!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Over the last four years, those of you who regularly read the health posts will know that I am very keen on the ‘cook from scratch’ with ‘fresh produce’ approach to eating.

I have been on that mind for over 20 years, even though I do enjoy buying the odd thing that is manufactured such as crisps (potato chips) cereals, bread, they are nearly always from the in house bakery, own brands fresh sauces or organic brands.

But even then, when you see bread displayed without packaging and oddly shaped, it may have been created from frozen dough from thousands of miles away, defrosted, formed into loaves and baked in the ovens.

I came across the following article back in 2015 and I have the link in a special folder of those that I want to keep and reread from time to time. This particular post lays bare some of…

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2 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health Column – Processed foods vs. Industrially manufactured foods.

  1. Doctor Jonathan

    The consumer is so overwhelmed by info. like this. It’s excellent info., but likely more useful to those already working toward healthy living. The average consumer wouldn’t even begin to know where to start. Although REAL foods are also processed in situations (ex. cheese) I would rather a person reach for this than twinkies and yodels and donuts and chips, etc…

    If people would simply start with 80-90% real food, health throughout the world would dramatically improve.

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