A list of some food brands you can trust. Big Food brands like General Mills, Kellog, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, M&M, etc. are buying up small organic brands who don't have our health in their best interest. For example, General Mills now owns Cascadian Farms, Muir Glen & LaraBar. Kellog owns Morning Star, Kashi & Bear Naked. Pepsi owns Naked Juice. The best way to go is to grow your own, or shop local! Try your farmer's market, hit up a local CSA or Co op.
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Smart Health Talk Pick: Toxins. Women putting 700 chemicals/day on skin w/soaps, creams, make up & perfumes. Children more sensitive. 4 yrs ago Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, nonprofit watchdog group found Johnson & Johnson mild baby shampoo contained carcinogen formaldehyde. Still using parabens, & formaldehyde "in exceptional cases." Making us fat too. Keep in mind some companies do use a few ingredients that look to be the same as some on this list, but they are a different source.
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