Identifying Real Food

ImpulseNotion Published July 22, 2017 33 Plays

Rumble When it comes to our family, we want to feed them the best. But what’s out there may not be the real deal. Most olive oil is cut from other oils, most livestock are pumped with hormones and antibiotics, and cheeses aren’t even made from real cheese! So how to do identify the real among the fake? Here are some tips to help you out.

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