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Do "Healthy" Foods Force You to Gain Weight?

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That's one of the dirtiest secrets of the multi-billion-dollar food industry.

The FDA, the US Food and Drug Association, regulates the claims that can be made about food and drugs. These regulations have the force of law.

But there's one ingredient that they don't really regulate.

This ingredient is the secret ingredient that makes food so tasty you can't stop eating it—even though you know you should.

This ingredient is the secret ingredient that's used in almost every "low-fat" food.. because if those "low-fat" foods weren't full of it, you couldn't stand to eat them.

And increasingly, scientists are considering this ingredient one of the major culprits behind such deadly diseases as heart disease, Alzheimer's, cancer and more.

Click to read "How Healthy Processed Foods Make You Fat"

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