Portland Fitness Trainer | What do food labels really say!

When reading food labels you need to really be careful on what the list of ingredients states. When looking at the back of the label I am always suspicious that if I cannot say it or it has too many organic-chemistry terms, I am probably not going to ingest it. Also, if a product has a lot of terms such as: natural spices, natural colors, spices, colors or any other vague term, I am going to think twice about ingesting that too. I will reconsider my options if I know it is from a reputable food manufacturer or local vendor that is known for making quality foods.When something is Certified Organic and bears the USDA-FDA Seal, then it has to be 95% organic. Products that contain at least 70 percent organic ingredients, the organic seal can't be used on these packages (USDA-FDA).  So just because something is labeled organic, does not mean the entire food is, so you need to look for that Symbol if you are really trying to stick to Certified Organic Foods.Thanks,Kisar S. DhillonThe Portland Personal Trainer