7 Foods a Nutritionist Would Never Eat

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2Fat-Free Salad Dressing

Fat-free salad dressings are a perfect example of good food gone bad. Salad dressing is the perfect combination of vinegar (which helps control blood sugar) and plant oils (full of essential fatty acids and sometimes antioxidants).

However, an irrational fear of dietary fats has forced food companies to mess around with this perfect blend. The resulting fat-free salad dressings have introduced sugar and high fructose corn syrup, un-pronounceable emulsifying agents, and other food science secrets used to make the unnatural seem natural.

It’s too easy to make your own healthy salad dressing to ever let this science experiment in a bottle pass your lips.