Whole Foods Marketing Vegetarianism To Customers, Low-Carb Diet Leaders React Strongly

Filed under: Health,In The News — @ February 11, 2010


Is Whole Foods being foolish enough to promote vegetarian-only diet?

An obvious uproar has ensued within the high-fat, low-carb diet community this week as a result of the seemingly sudden decision by the most well-known health food retailer in the world to actively market and promote a low-fat, vegetarian diet in their 289 stores. Whole Foods Market has strongly branded itself as the go-to place for people desiring to make healthier food choices for themselves and their family and they have long offered customers with a variety of dietary choices that ability to select what best meets their specific needs. But all of that has changed now that they are pushing what they are calling their “Health Starts Here” campaign.

Click here to learn more about this aggressive marketing campaign to heavily promote a high-carb, low-fat vegetarian diet to Whole Foods customers and what key members of the low-carb community have to say in response to this.

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