Impossible Burger’s key ingredient wins FDA approval The meatless burger’s “heme” is safe to eat, regulators say.

Wahlburgers Impossible Burger’s key ingredient wins FDA approval. The meatless burger’s “heme” is safe to eat, regulators say.

The key ingredient in the Impossible Burger, the meatless burger that bleeds and browns when cooked, has finally passed muster with federal regulators.

Impossible Foods, the Redwood City, California-based startup behind the plant-based burger, said Monday the key ingredient in the burger had been determined to be generally recognized as safe (GRAS) to eat by the US Food and Drug Administration. That ingredient, soy leghemoglobin, or “heme,” had reportedly been under review by the FDA as a potential allergen. Continue reading “Impossible Burger’s key ingredient wins FDA approval The meatless burger’s “heme” is safe to eat, regulators say.”

Beware of food labels

Beware of health claims on food labels; packaging can be deceiving.

Ever wonder about the difference between reduced fat and low fat? Or does ‘light’ on a label really mean no fat? Continue reading “Beware of food labels”

Fat Burners: Do They Work?

Fat Burners: Do They Work?

Over the years there have been many new supplements that have came to market promising the world. How does one know what to use? What actually provides a good return on the financial investment? Sure literature may show it works, but compared to a placebo, how much did it work? 1% better? With so much competition for our supplement budget it is essential that a bodybuilder on a limited budget purchase supplements that work. Continue reading “Fat Burners: Do They Work?”