I had seen this article once before, but had forgotten about it. It's a good reminder! I do have one of those "Eat This, Not That" books that I purchased about a year ago. I think I will sit down and take a look at it again since I have joined Spark People. It may mean a bit more to me this time around!
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Thanks for sharing, Don. The guy that wrote this book and one on cooking as well as for kids was on the Today show today. He does show some unbelievable comparisons when he is a guest. I have seen him several times with good information.
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