11 Fake Healthy Foods, According to Nutritionists

WOMEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE | on Tue, Mar 14, 6:24 PM

Vegetarian "meat" products are often filled with a scroll of questionable ingredients, such as processed soy protein, canola oil, caramel coloring, and xanthan gum. "If you're a vegetarian or plant-based eater and rely on meatless meals, choose whole protein sources such as beans, lentils, eggs, dairy, fermented soy, nuts, and seeds most of the time," suggests Blake. Also, be cautious of meat substitutes in a package and make sure to always check the ingredients list for real, whole-food ingr...

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