The health and wellness industry is booming, and so are the half truths and fraudulent marketing that the food industry peddle to confuse us about what we eat. To learn how to play defense against these food companies and become smarter shoppers, Experience Life senior editor Anjula Razdan talks with Michele Simon, JD, MPH, a public-health lawyer who’s the president of Eat Drink Politics, a corporate watch-dog and consulting firm.
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