Should You Fall for the “All-Natural” Label?

March 18, 2014 · 1 comment


This video is hilarious, but before you watch it, I do want you to be aware that there are some good companies out there who are really trying to provide quality products in a price range that people can afford.  These companies will sometimes use the same “natural” word as the others who only care about the bottom line.

Read this Facebook conversation with one of my sponsors about this very issue.

I know and trust the owners of that company, but since it’s not easy to become familiar with the people behind every single product you buy, it stinks that we can just trust our food labels!

Now enjoy the video, and let it just make you more aware.  This guy is a cheeseball, but a funny one.  :)

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