Harvard Health Letter

A quick-start guide to the latest food terminology

New phrases showing up on packaging donít always tell you if the food is better for your health. Youíre not alone if you donít know the meaning of certain terms on food labels lately. A new language has developed to describe healthy ways to produce meat, vegetables, fruit, and other products in the grocery store. ďItís not just the terms that are confusing, but also various associated health claims,Ē says Vasanti Malik,…

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