How many ways can you disguise sugar? 28. July 2006 William Davis (0) I came across this shockingly silly report on AOL, who obtained their info courtesy Health Magazine: The Best New Healthy Foods for Busy Peoplefrom HealthThe foods on their list: Kettle Brand Bakes Hickory Honey BBQ--the healthy claim is based on the lack of trans-fatty acids and low-fat.Post Healthy Classics Raisin Bran Cereal Bars, Cranberry--Likewise, low-fat, sweet, and addictive means healthy to these people.Amy’s Mediterranean Pizza With Cornmeal Crust --Please!!Horizon Organic Colby Cheese Sticks --Because it's made by cattle without use of growth hormone or antibiotics, they declare this healthy. I guess we can ignore the saturated fat content and high total fat content. 100% Whole Grain Chips Ahoy! Cookies --You mean we can add the bran back to wheat products and make it healthy?! This kind of mass-market marketing trickery leaves me incredulous. Don't believe it for a moment. This is typical of the food industry: Take one aspect of nutrition that is truly healthy, such as high-fiber, or low-fat, or organic. Then add undesirable, unhealthy ingredients. The current fad is to add lots of sugar and or sugar-equivalents (usually flour and other wheat products). Because there's one healthy ingredient, they'll call the end-product healthy, too. If you want to see what health looks like if you indulge in "healthy" products like this, just look up and down the grocery aisles at your neighborhood grocery store. You're likely to see the results: Gross obesity, diabetes, and arthritis.You won't, of course, see the huge acceleration of growth in coronary plaque, but it's there, ticking away.