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Are French Fries Really a “Death Food”?

    French fries are always scrutinized as not being healthy for you. Many studies conclude that moderation is the key. Having fries once a week will not be the death of you. Fries are a weaponized food that non-experts use for their own means. The best way to find out if french fries are healthy for you is to consult a professional who guides you in the right direction. There is way too much misinformation out there contradicting the french fry as a food killer.

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    RXBAR taking no B.S.

      The RXBAR story is a very simple one. The ingredients are on the front of the packaging in bold large lettering for all to see. Experts said this was suicide for the company. RXBAR took no b.s. and did not listen. This became the charm of the company. Simplicity without a hidden agenda. All plain for all to see. Let the ingredients do the talking.

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      Heine Max Olesen’s Sea Man Seaweed Chips

        Seaweed products are washing up on store shelves just like the seaweed does on the ocean shores. Heine Max Olesen’s Sea Man Seaweed Chips commissioned Pearlfisher to design new packaging for the company. The art is so appetizing that you tend to forget the chips are made from bladderwrack seaweed. Bladderwrack sounds like a urinary tract infection gone bad.

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        Wallaroo fun food for kids

          A wallaroo is a cross between a wallaby and a kangaroo. Fun foods for kids that want a healthy choice. Wallaroos are yummy by nature.

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          People around the world eat banana peels

            Did you know that in many parts of the world people eat banana peels? What is so appealing about banana peels anyway? Here are a few benefits.
            12% of your daily fiber, which helps with digestion and may help lower your risk of diabetes
            17% of your vitamin C, which is important for your immune system as well as growth and development
            20% of your vitamin B-6, which aids the body’s ability to convert food into energy
            12% of your potassium, which helps in development of cells, tissues, and organs throughout the body
            8% of your magnesium, which is important for the body’s energy productions and regulating glucose and blood pressure levels