The article ‘Nutrition warning: 4 ways information on the packet might actually be trickery’ that appeared in the AFR recently was a great reminder that it’s easy to get sucked in by nutrition claims.

Dietitian Cara Rosenbloom says, “It’s common for marketers to exaggerate claims to entice us to buy products. And we believe much of what we read when it sounds scientific and plausible.”

Rosenbloom urges us not to fall for nutritional trickery and provides four excellent examples to be aware of.

Read the full article.

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