Are you being fooled by deceptive marketing techniques when it comes to the products you buy at the grocery store? Even hardened food experts are being tricked by one of the newest trends in food labeling.

Whether it’s a shampoo bottle or an ‘organic’ bag of chips, always look for the ‘USDA Organic’ certified seal. And for those who don’t trust the seal itself due to some shady practices, I can recommend you look on the back and see which ‘certifying body’ was responsible for the seal. Oregon Tilth is, generally speaking, at the top tier of organic quality.

But the truth is, even switching to organic in some areas of your life can make a great difference in your overall health. Avoiding products loaded with substances like BPA and various pesticides in your effort to eat better can be very rewarding.

So always remember to look out for deceptive labeling techniques, but at the same time remember that small changes every day are the secret to health success.

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Anthony is a natural health and human empowerment writer, speaker, and entrepreneur whose writings have appeared in #1 USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling books and top 100 websites. After overcoming Lyme Disease and nerve-related facial paralysis, Anthony's work now reaches several million readers per month through his highly prolific group of social media pages and websites. Focused on self-development techniques and living a healthy lifestyle, Anthony currently sits on the Advisory Board to Natural Society in addition to managing and directing several other companies dedicated to enhancing social good. Anthony's work routinely appears on both alternative and established websites and television programs alike, including Drudge Report, Thom Hartmann, Simple Reminders, RT, Infowars, Michael Savage, Gaiam TV, and many others.