Consumer Reports takes a great look at healthier eating

Consumer Reports is a magazine I look at whenever making a major purchase such as a car or large appliance. It’s reviews are the bible of product reviews, in my opinion. So I was intrigued to see its November issue carrying a cover story about healthy eating.

What’s in the issue is as good as other work Consumer Reports does. If you cans till find one to buy, buy it and refer to it as you cook or eat out. If you can;t find a physical copy, go to the website, it appears you can read at least some of the stories there without being a member of Consumer Reports.

It looks at practical ways to lower both salt and sugar intake, warns against “sneaky packaging” and examines the risks of going gluten-free, which many people are doing these days but which in reality very few people actually need to do.

If you do find hard copies somewhere, this also might be a good stocking stuffer for Christmas for any friends or loved ones trying to eat healthier.

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