Which Packaged Cracker Should You Buy?

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Which Packaged Cracker Should You Buy?

Nutritionist Brooke Alpert breaks down all different types of crackers. Learn what’s really inside packaged crackers and what you need to know to make a smart purchase.

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  • Ronda Norris says:

    Well, I know now which ingredients to look for, but, Dr. Oz said, “Pick some up now.”
    Of what brand…?

  • Anthony Kence says:

    That sister is yo daughter

  • mothershelper1981 says:

    Maybe he’s not allowed to recommend a specific brand. I don’t know, but it’s really frustrating when he recommends using a product without specifying the name of the company, where it can be found, how much it might cost, Etc. Also there may be other ingredients in there that are objectionable in some Brands but not in others so more guidance would be helpful. I remember he once did a show about the advantages of Green Tea Leaf and specified it should be purchased in the gel form. They showed a bottle of it and I spent literally hours looking for that product both online and in stores and not only didn’t find anything in that kind of bottle I didn’t even find any green tea leaf extract or whatever it was in a gel form. Green Tea Leaf oil or whatever it was was hard enough to find and only seem to be available in a bottle with a dropper that was a liquid. It was just very frustrating because it sounded like a good product but didn’t seem to be available anywhere. If he could have said what brand and you can find it at CVS or Target or somewhere specific, even on Amazon, I’m sure I would have bought some.

  • Milly Day says:

    None are good for you. Make your own!

  • Adnan A says:

    Probably the one made of whole unprocessed vegetables πŸ˜‚

  • Kimberley Lyons says:


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