Eden Foods


Good Food Snacks


Meals offer a variety that supply us with needed sustenance. They are meant to satiate. Snacks are smaller amounts of food taken between meals. They do not supply all the nutrients we must have. Children and teens need snacks more than adults. They deserve the purest, organic, non-GMO snacks that can be had. Eden Foods excels at providing them. Wild Berry Mix is the overall favorite.

A snack can be leftovers such as soup, pasta/grain, fruit, vegetables. They can be savory or sweet. Good snacks between meals can help to avoid overeating at mealtime. Organic Eden Snacks and Popcorn are whole, pure, nourishing good food. They do an excellent job of keeping metabolism and frame of mind in strong, balanced working order.

Snack cravings arise when energy levels fall, or high energy output is demanded of us. Emotions, such as loneliness, sadness, or a looming deadline, can also trigger the urge to snack. Good snack food supplies a soothing boost. Snacks should be an important part of a balanced healthy diet if the quality and frequency of them are managed.

Eden Foods’ approach to snacks remains most appropriate for people; good food prepared as best as it can possibly be. The finest ingredients, avoidance of adulterates, and suitable handling results in the best taste and satisfaction.

The snack food industry’s primary goal is profit. Its defaults are cheap, poor-quality ingredients. Cheap sugar and bad fats abound, as do dubious chemical additives.


Junk Food, Toxins, & Empty Calories


The phrase “cheat food” appeared in 1916. The term “junk food” became common in the early 1950s. Junk food was defined in 1972 by Michael Jacobson of The Center for Science in the Public Interest as commercial food and drink, high in cheap calories and sodium with little or no nutritional value. Junk food is basically high-calorie filler. That term has been expanded into most food categories now. Commercial snacks are commonly loaded with refined and imitation sugars or GMO fructose corn syrup. Bad quality salt, fat, sugar, chemical color and flavors, and GMOs are the norm…


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