REAL FOOD +
+ BETTER HEALTH + BETTER YOU
Whole30 and you-
Food labels are complicated and are designed to trick us. Their focus is selling, not informing.
That's why I created Informed Eating Academy. Bringing you the knowledge that you deserve in order for you understand food ingredients so that you can make more informed decisions towards your health, without giving up your favorite foods.
In the U.S. alone there are 100's of different words used for sugar, there are over 2,000 additives added to our foods that are approved by the FDA under the "natural flavors" umbrella, that haven't been reviewed since the 60's or 70's.
🍋 Hundreds of different words are used for sugar on our food labels
🍋 Thousands of chemicals have been added and are used in our food system
🍋 Many items in your pantry likely contain ingredients that you may be trying to avoid.
Making swaps towards a healthier and less toxic lifestyle can be tricky and overwhelming. I have curated lists to make getting started with making swaps easier.
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This is why its so important to learn how to read labels!
Learning the fundamentals of the food label is key to making choices toward a healthier you. The food label was designed to make consumers more informed. The problem is, that manufacturers want to sell their products, so their marketing tactics tend to confuse consumers. Because most people don't know how to read nutrition facts, they base their purchases on the front of a package. When you learn how to read labels, you start making choices based on knowledge, not selling points or wild guesses.
Dry Farms Wine
Why I love Dry Farms Wine
Why I love Dry Farms Wine-
Sugar Free (0-0.15g per glass)
Lower Alcohol (under 12.5% Alc/Vol)
Lower Sulfite (<75ppm)
Dry Farmed/Irrigation Free
Fermented with 100% Wild, Native Yeast
Old World Natural Wines
Paleo & Keto Friendly
Free of Industrial Additives
Grown From Older Vines
Lower Alcohol, Higher Taste: Though alcohol is toxic, in moderation, lower alcohol wines allow you to experience the pleasure of wine while reducing the negative effects of higher alcohol consumption.
Refreshing Sugar Free Experience: Dry Farm Wines are sugar free, lower alcohol (under 12.5% alc/vol), and free of industrial additives; the drinking experience is completely different from wines you may be used to.