Monday, 8 April 2013

100 different names for sugar.

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Tips for Making Informed Decisions at the Grocery Store - Tip #2


 By: Allison Jorgens, P.H.Ec.

Tip # 2

Don’t be fooled by the close to 100 different names for sugar. You may know that glucose, fructose, and sucrose are all different ingredient names for sugar, but what about maltodextrin, dextrose, and barley malt. Read the full list of names by clicking here - Not sure how to make sense of the amount of sugars on the nutrition facts table? For a great tip that should help click here .

Allison Jorgens is a Professional Home Economist holding a degree in nutritional sciences. She has been working as a food label specialist for grocers and food manufactures in Canada for nearly a decade. Over the past ten years, Allison has reviewed thousands of food labels for many of Canada’s leading private-label grocery brands, large and small manufacturers, distributors, and a variety of importers. It is this wide-ranging experience in regulatory-compliance label reviews that makes her knowledge unique—and her perspective all the more shocking. As a concerned parent and advocate of leading a healthful lifestyle, Allison recommends that all consumers empower themselves with the knowledge needed to make more healthful and informed choices.

Allison sits on the board of directors of The Food Label Movement and the Ontario Home Economics Association. She is a proud member of the Ontario Home Economics Association, Ontario Home Economists in Business Association, Prince Edward Island Home Economics Association, and sits on the advisory council for Eating Disorders of York Region.  


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