I enjoy the website Hungry-Girl because I'm always torn between my love of food and my love of fitting into my clothes so I like reading what's new and healthy and whatnot in the eating world. HG often provides low-cal recipes that mock higher-calorie versions, which I think is a good idea, but so often the recipes include things that creep me out. While I do eat fresh and healthy most of the time, I am not one of those people who is too good for packaged or processed food, rest assured--my life is occasionally better and sometimes happier when I can just save time and eat something out of a box. But some ingredients HG often includes in her recipes I am convinced man, or I, anyway, was not meant to eat, like:
fat-free liquid egg substitute
"Spaghetti Shaped Noodle Substitute"
fat-free sour cream
fat-free nondairy powdered creamer
"1/2 no-calorie sweetener packet" (sometimes it's not the ingredients so much as the measurements)
"One-half Jell-O Sugar Free Chocolate Pudding Snack" (see above)