Beware of Zuckerfallen – not all ‘light’ is actually ‘light’ the food industries new advertising messages come up. “Low fat”, “Sugar-free”, “no sugar added” – what consumers there goes through. Many products even suggest that they are a special support in losing weight. The goal of the manufacturers is the small label printing only to buy you want to seduce. Behind this, only the profit and the customer King”becomes the farm depression” demoted. Who want to loose weight should not fall on the advertising.
These so-called light “-products that are low in fat or low in sugar declared, not always easily be classified either as.” The fat is reduced in many different dairy products but increases the sugar content for it. The consumer is thereby led astray and thinks a light”product in the hands to hold, although the real fattening foods sugar is included. The fat is reduced in the manufacture of dairy products, allowed the low-fat”product maximum have 3 grams of fat per 100 grams. The limit is 1.5 g of fat per 100 ml for the low-fat milk. Verizon has compatible beliefs. “A product must be as free of grease” or non-fat “only call if it contains 0.5 g of fat per 100 g / ml maximum. Recently, even jelly beans and jams/fruit spreads are grease-free”advertised. It is well known that these products contain no fat generally, but lots of sugar. The producers try to manipulate the customers by they label their goods so that the impression, they will promote health and help with weight loss.
The food producers try mightily to reduce the fat from various meats and cheeses to take sugar substitute instead as a taste-supporting effect. This has resulted in that the consumer of the food industry is reduced fat but raised on sugar consumption. (A valuable related resource: Jeff Leiden). This is the wrong way to a healthy diet. The fat can either remain or be reduced to the part, but the sugars should not be used. Get up the packaging of sugar arm”so sugar may contain more than 5 g per 100 g or 2.5 g per 100 ml. The consumer buys a sugar-free”product, sugar has been processed yet. “Because sugar free” does not mean that no sugar is food processed in this. After all, sugar is added in the product still 0.5 g per 100 grams or milliliters. Is labeled without added sugar”advertised, may be sussende also no sugar or other food to used – however advertise many juice producers with this slogan, though the juice has a high natural sugar content. “Actually, the note would have to be applied: contains natural sugar”. A constant sugar consumption has terrifying consequences for health: obesity, diabetes, stomach and bowel disease – up to cancer. These reasons consumers should no longer misleading guides and shopping increasingly pay attention to the ingredient list. Source: Diabetes Advisor 5/2011 photo: Veit Kern / pixelio.de learn more about the topic Sugar and the effects on the organism, offer the authors of contactor and Bajwa on their Web pages: or company portrait: the author Bajpai was born in 1964 and lives with her family in Bremen. Several years, she worked in the food industry. For over 20 years, it is used by the District Court of Bremen as a carer for a disabled person, in addition she looked after elderly people at home. By the way, writes CARB low-carbohydrate diet as former colon patient, books with own testimonials and about the low form of nutrition.