“Our most recent food investigation has found that many ‘blueberry’ cereals, pastries, bagels, breads and bars are not made with real blueberries at all!” says the Natural News Insider.
Instead, the blueberries are faked using artificial colors (Red #40, Blue #2), partially-hydrogenated oils and liquid sugars like high fructose corn syrup.
Watch this 7-minute mini-documentary exposing the blueberry fraud in the food industry…
Please help share this message especially with moms and parents who buy foods for their children. They may think they’re buying health-enhancing blueberries for their kids, but much of the time they’re actually buying artificial coloring and chemicals, some of which have been linked to an increased risk of ADHD symptoms.
Natural News investigators even found that Total Blueberry Pomegranate Cereal contains no blueberries and no pomegranates!
Read the full report on this investigation of Kellog’s, Betty Crocker, General Mills and Target Stores at NaturalNews:
Real blueberries are great for your health and an amazing source of antioxidants. But fake blueberries are made with chemicals and should always be avoided. Read the ingredients labels and avoid buying any foods using Red #40, Blue #1 or Blue #2.
This research was conducted by Mike Adams under the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center: www.ConsumerWellness.org