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06 Feb, 2015 05:14 PM

Check the labels on: chewing gum, breath fresheners, creamers, cereals, milk, artificial sweeteners, sugar free items, all frozen processed foods.

  • Put these names on an index card and take it with you when you go grocery shopping.

Look for names like: fructose, sugar alcohol, sugar free, lactose, dextrose, maltose, maltodextrin, sucrose, sucralose, corn or corn syrup, grain, artificial flavor, gum, oats, starch, flavored, artificial color, nitrate(s).

See some Rosedale rules Here

The general public has been taught from early childhood on, 
a falsehood regarding our long term health. 

Dr. Ron, has over the years, endeavored to correct this. He has 
a giant uphill battle against those that are not concerned about 
our health but only the profit that they can attain from us.

The misleading by some advertisers is filled with all kind of attracting commercials, colorful image labels on food, lots of misguiding words.

Attractive images and a lot of half truths makes many very wealthy and those buying become less and less healthy.

I personally have never met Dr. Ron in person, but I have met him through his work and I believe in what he is trying to accomplish. Great post by Fiona made 4 years ago, is very informative.

Ken/ Rosedale Support Team

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Ken on 07 Feb, 2015 10:14 PM

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    * Reading Labels

    Total Carbohydrate is the: 
    dietary fiber and non-fiber combined
    Non-fiber will convert to sugar
    Fiber - is a carb, that does not convert to sugar
    Sugar - is a non-fiber carb
    Sugar Alcohol - is sugar
    Starches - converts to sugar

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