I’m not a nutritionist, but I know a lot of people who really love papa.
His nutrition labels are just ridiculous.
Here’s what you need to know.
Papa’s Nutrition Facts are Made-Up and False The nutrition labels for papa and his family’s farm are misleading and inaccurate.
They contain only a few food groups.
The first thing you’ll notice is that there’s a list of “fruit and vegetable sources” in the nutrition section.
These are listed in descending order of “protein, carbohydrate, fat, and fiber,” with the rest of the food groups listed in ascending order.
The “fat and fiber” list contains just four food groups, which are “fish, meat, eggs, dairy, and saturated fat,” which are listed with “0.”
The “protein” list is filled with junk food.
For example, the nutrition label says that papa’s whole grain bread has “30 grams of protein per 100 grams.”
The only real protein in his bread is the “ground brown rice flour.”
The bread contains almost nothing, which is why it’s listed as having “12 grams of dietary fiber.”
The next thing you will notice is the list of vegetables.
In the first row, there’s “chickpeas, cabbage, peas, and onions.”
The first row is blank, so there’s nothing to find in the next row.
It’s not clear if the next ingredient in the list is “rice bran” or “brown rice.”
The rest of this row is just a list that contains zero vegetables.
This list of foods is misleading.
Here are the first few items listed, from the nutrition labeling.
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Papanapoulos’s Food is Junk Food and is High in Sugar and Sodium The papa family has never tried to hide its commitment to making its products healthy.
But there’s no denying that papas products are loaded with sugar and sodium.
There are numerous sugar-laden items in papa foods like his cheese, chicken salad, and his salad.
Papas food is full of sodium.
A single serving of his salad contains about three teaspoons of sodium, which the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines as more than 400 milligrams of sodium per serving.
There’s even a “safe” serving of rice with just 1.5 grams of sodium in it.
Papans “healthful” brand of rice is actually a low-sodium rice product.
The rice contains more sugar than a salad with the same amount of calories.
(A 1.2 ounce serving of papa rice contains less than 25 grams of sugar.)
This is not healthy, and it’s a big reason why papa is not allowed to sell it.
In addition, papa says his family has a “zero-sugar diet” because he doesn’t eat a lot.
The FDA lists sugar in food as a “sugar source,” but the amount is meaningless.
The amount of sugar in a food is measured in teaspoons per serving, not teaspoons per 100 calories.
A teaspoon of sugar contains a lot more than a tablespoon of sugar.
The most sugar-rich foods, like rice and pasta, are actually less healthy.
Papanyas Organic Chicken Salad Is a Low-Sodium Product The papanyas organic chicken salad is made of a “dietary fiber” from “natural” organic vegetables, papanapos family says.
This is a big claim that makes it look like papa makes his food from whole grains.
This label claims papa can “make his chicken salad from a diet of vegetables,” which is a myth.
The USDA does not recommend organic food.
In fact, organic food is often low in nutrients and contains chemicals.
(For more on organic food, see the Food Labeling FAQ.)
Papanyans chicken salad does not list any “healthy ingredients” on its label.
It lists “dried herbs and spices,” which also do not have a healthy source.
It also lists a variety of other low-quality ingredients, including “sour cream,” which contains a preservative that has been linked to cancer.
This product is not a “healthy salad.”
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Papal and Parma’s Chicken Salad is Made-up and Has Zero Fiber It’s impossible to be healthy when you have a “low-fat” chicken salad.
The only healthy ingredients are papa bread, papaya juice, papas vegetables, and papas chicken salad dressing.
Papayas chicken is a very low-fat product.
(The USDA labels it as “low fat.”)
It contains “12.5 g/100 grams” of fat, which equals about 6 grams of fat per 100 milligram of fat.
Papahas chicken has zero fiber.
In comparison, the USDA recommends eating a