According to an investigation from Mike Adams, the blueberries you commonly find in your favorite cereals, muffins and breads may not be actual blueberries.
It turns out, that many of the “blueberries” are nothing more than hydrogenated oils, liquid sugars and artificial colors. There are absolutely zero nutritional benefits in these fake blueberries, yet you would never know, because the boxes still say they’re healthy. The video below will expose a deceptive and dishonest practice that big-name food companies use to trick you into thinking you’re eating healthy.
The Alleged Offenders
- Blueberry Bagels sold at Target
- Total Blueberry Pomegranate cereal by General Mills
- Kellogg’s Blueberry Pop Tarts & Blueberry Frosted Mini Wheats
- Betty Crocker’s Fiber One Blueberry Muffin Mix
Remember to Read the Ingredients List
If any of your favorite blueberry products were mentioned in the video above, go to your pantry right now and read the ingredients list. You may be shocked at what you’ll find. I hate to recommend wasting food, especially in tough economical times, but just know it may be healthier for you, if you didn’t eat any more of these fake blueberry products.
It’s not always easy to avoid fake blueberry products, but you can take actions to prevent them from making their way into your pantry. When you’re browsing the shelves at your local supermarket, be sure to read the ingredients list and find out what is actually in your food. If you see Red #40 or Blue #2, then you know they added artificial colors to give their “blueberries” more blue.
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