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    Food Police reinvented by amateur nutritionists!

    Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:46 pm
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    There's a new trend (well, last year or so) in general magazines.

    Instead of simply giving us pages of recipes and interesting food news, we also get told -- with every product or recipe -- what it contains. Vitamins, minerals, and how each affect us/improve health/may or may not help prevent this, that, or the other health problem.

    I am so sick of that!!! I simply want to check out the recipe pages in a woman's magazine and enjoy the nice photos and maybe pick up a few tips and now and then a useable recipe. I do NOT want to be told how much Vit A, B, C and Z plus which minerals are in a beet or turnip.

    Oh heavens, why can't we just enjoy foods without the food police sermons? icon_evil.gif
    Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:52 pm Groupie
    Do you eat alot of beet and turnips? icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    Sue Lau
    Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:59 pm Groupie
    But I need that 13mg. magnesium or it just tastes awful. How else will I know? icon_eek.gif
    At least if the pickled garlic recipes show how much copper is in it, we won't be alarmed if they turn blue.

    So sometimes it's a good thing. But I agree, most times not.
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