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The Good, The Bad and The Awful

original Everyone can use the straightforward, honest, and sometimes humorous advice in The Good, the Bad, and the Awful. We tell you about foods that we suggest you try – and those that you should avoid. You’ll use The Good, the Bad, and the Awful every time you go to the grocery store. Order your own copy today! Products evaluated are U.S. Brands. For Canadian brands please go to our Canadian page.


Wondering what you should eat and what food items to stay away from?

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The Good, The Bad, and The Awful  is a special compilation of one of the most popular features in Nutrition Action Healthletter: a side-by-side comparison of some great foods that you should try, versus some not-so-great that you should avoid. Some will surprise you! Just look for the “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” on every page.

Most of the foods are prepared and packaged. Many are new, while some have been on the shelves for a while. But all foods featured are ones that you should know about, for better or for worse!

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The Good, The Bad and The Awful

New foods come on the market constantly. We research them for you, so you’ll know if a product is truly healthy … or just a junk food in disguise. We’ll clue you in on great foods like:

  • Earthbound Farm Organic Tomatillo Black Bean Protein Energy PowerMeal,
  • Bell & Evans Breaded Chicken Patties, and
  • House Foods Tofu Shirataki Spaghetti.

You’ll also learn all about foods you ought to stay away from—and why. Such as:

  • Campbell’s Slow Kettle Style Soups,
  • Buitoni’s Riserva line of pasta dinners, and
  • Quiznos Chicken Carbonara sub.

Scientific research has proven that what we eat directly affects our health.  Download the The Good, The Bad, and The Awful  as soon as you order, so you can start benefitting today from the collected wisdom and insights of NutritionAction.com.

Order Your Own Copy of The Good, The Bad, and The Awful.

You can download your very own copy of NutritionAction.com’s The Good, The Bad, and The Awful right now — with your paid order! We’ll send you a link to download your copy, and notify you by email when we post even more good, bad, and awful foods. Order your copy today!

We hate spam as much as you do. You have our promise not to sell or share your email address — ever!

The Good, The Bad and The Awful

This special report has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists and nutritionists with one goal in mind: to let you know which foods will help you develop and maintain good eating habits – and which foods won’t.

We’ll send you a link to download your copy of The Good, The Bad, and The Awful , and notify you by email when we post even more good, bad, and awful foods. Order yours today!

Order Your Own Copy of The Good, The Bad, and The Awful.

You can download your very own copy of NutritionAction.com’s The Good, The Bad, and The Awful right now — with your paid order! We’ll send you a link to download your copy, and notify you by email when we post even more good, bad, and awful foods. Order your copy today!

We hate spam as much as you do. You have our promise not to sell or share your email address — ever!

The Good, The Bad and The Awful


The Good, The Bad, and The Awful

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