The June Foodwatch Newsletter explains those tricky terms

Written by Catherine Saxelby on Tuesday, 10 June 2014.
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The June Foodwatch Newsletter explains those tricky terms

This month’s newsletter is all about those confusing terms you may read on pack labels, in articles or hear about in the news, in TV ads or on the web. It can be very confusing. Especially when you’re reading the ingredient lists of food packs. In the June Foodwatch Newsletter you'll find short, clear answers to what’s what so you are better informed and your next trivia game will be a winner!

Tricky Terms

Insulin, inulin; probiotic, prebiotic; not to mention diet, lite, light, low-fat or fat free. If you'd like to understand the differences between these terms then take a look at this month's Foodwatch Newsletter here. We also have our Product of the Month and a round up of what's new on the Foodwatch website.

To find out more and to read the June edition of the Foodwatch Newsletter click here. If you like what you read then please subscribe.

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Catherine Saxelby

About the Author

Catherine Saxelby has the answers! She is an accredited nutritionist, blogger and award-winning author. Her latest book Nutrition for Life 2020 Edition is a fresh new update on all the things you've read about or heard in the last year. Think insects, collagen, vegan eating, Keto dieting, vitamin B12, fast food and cafe culture.  It has plenty of colour pictures and is easy to dip in and out of. Grab your copy NOW!