Its easy to distinguish between which one is healthier however placing the

Its easy to distinguish between which one is

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Twinkies bites versus eating 100 calorie large boiled egg which one healthier to eat? It's easy to distinguish between which one is healthier however placing the information on the bag as such in misleading. I know from previous studies that eating processed foods which contain wheat and other sugars will be broken down by the body and will produce insulin as a byproduct from this type of food source. The insulin of course is quickly stored as fat. So when you see all the processed foods and cookies stating 100 calorie packs you are being mislead. Lesser calories doesn't mean you won't get fat eating them because all calories are not created equal. Another interesting statistic that is misleading is they put the calorie count on the front of the box or state 100 calories a meal or Only 100 calories. Then you read the back of the label and learn that it serves for four people. Now you are eating 400 calories. They won't put the serving amount on the front of the product just the calorie per serving as if it were the best thing since slice bread. No pun intended. In proportions most things are fine to eat however the food industry can be misleading in their advertising and calorie count.
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Response to Answer: Good point on the calories and the breakdown of the calorie content. I have often battled with the only 100 calories per serving rule. 100 calories isn't even enough for a snack with some of these products. I
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