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Report by MD Wellness Reveals Deceptive Marketing of Packaged Organic and Health Foods

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Dr. Rothman, a leading NJ holistic doctor, has found that organic and health foods arent always better nor are they necessarily healthier than the junk food they are meant to replace.

Spring Lake, NJ (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

Dr. Rothman, a leading NJ holistic doctor, has found that organic and health foods arent always better nor are they necessarily healthier than the junk food they are meant to replace. In his latest article, Organic Food for Thought Marketing Myths, Dr. Rothman parses out the facts from the fiction, the marketing from the truth.

In some cases, such as bananas, being organic provides no advantage. Dr. Rothman goes on to discuss that some packaged foods are simply marketing deception. Dr. Rothman guides reader on how to find foods that arent organic, but are still very healthy.

"The bottom line is that you must be very cautious about buying and consuming any foods that contain the 'buzzwords' like 'smart', 'healthy', 'fortified' In most cases, these products are not very nutritious and full of preservatives, sugar, and other toxins. They are designed to separate you from your money (and your health). Where then should you go to find information that you can trust? Information that is there only to help you and not to sell some useless, overhyped product?" Dr. Rothman, Organic Food for Thought Marketing Myths

Dr. Rothman sets up personalized nutrition plans to help his clients achieve their goals while avoiding harmful chemicals. He has found that even replacement sugar is unhealthy for people. For example, aspartame causes inflammation that will actually cause people to gain weight, not lose it. Dr. Rothman even takes on protein bars, exposing the fallacy that they are healthy.

While low carb items can be beneficial to a diet, beware of items that have replaced the carbs with artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners can be dangerous and these toxic substances are better left circulating the shelves, not your body.Dr. Rothman, Organic Food for Thought Marketing Myths

Over the last 20 years, Dr. Michael E. Rothman has dedicated his life to helping his patients understand the how and why of their health. He strives to provide the highest quality care utilizing natural, holistic, non-toxic methods. Dr. Rothman has an extensive background in Nutrition, Biochemistry, Physiology and Physics. He is one of the leading Holistic Doctors in NJ as well as Weight Loss Doctors in NJ. Dr. Rothman is highly respected by his peers and is loved by his patients.

If anyone would like more information about this topic, please contact Michael Rothman MD at 732-268-7663 or email at info(at)mdwellnessmd(dot)com.

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