Some Plant-based alternatives are fortified with vitamins and minerals to offer some of the same nutrients found in animal meat.
There's more to process with processed food.
It’s no secret that some processed foods are calorie dense and contain more sugar, salt and fat than recommended. But are all processed foods created equal? Our goal is to uncover the facts and help process the science behind our food.
Nutrient-dense meals have beneficial nutrients and can be achieved by combining packaged foods with fresh foods.
Fortification ensures nutrients are in our food and fortified foods contribute to a healthy diet.
Replace salt with MSG for more flavor and less sodium (3x less!)
When you’re hungry and short on time, high protein snacks can do the trick.
Just like fresh foods, some processed foods can be nutritious.
The whole (grain) truth is that these everyday foods are processed.
Your portion size may be different from the listed serving size.
Folic acid is added to enrich grain products, this process has reduced malnutrition and disease across the world.
Protein and fiber team up to make a great snack on a busy day.
Get your Vitamin C from foods you wouldn’t think, like foods with ascorbic acid!
The main difference between natural and added caffeine is where it comes from.