An Israeli woman is getting a lot of flak for her high-carb, high-protein, low fat, low sugar MRA cereals.
In fact, it’s so bad she’s trying to change it.
In a post titled, “I’m eating a diet made up of low-fat cereals,” an Israeli woman named Mariam M., posted a picture of a bowl of MRA, or Me-Rei Me-Ran, and a box of low fat low carb, or Low-Fat-Protein.
“My name is Mariam,” the post reads.
“I have an eating disorder.”
The post has been shared more than 3,000 times.
She’s not alone.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned the products in December for failing to meet its guidelines for dietary fats.
In a statement, the agency said:The FDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said in a statement that the FDA had determined that the MRA and Low Fat-Proteins products were not subject to the standards and standards for food safety.
It noted that the product labels were not clear and the product was not sold by the company.
“These products are unsafe and they do not meet the food safety requirements of the FSIS,” the statement said.
“The safety of the public is paramount and we take every precaution to protect consumers and the environment,” the FSES said.
Low fat-free cereals have been around for decades.
They were once popular with the elderly, people with diabetes and those with heart disease.
They’re usually made with corn, wheat or other grains, and usually contain some carbohydrates, like sugar, fiber and protein.
The products contain less fat than some traditional low-carbohydrate cereals but have much higher fat.
The FDA has not yet approved MRA or Low Fat Proteins.
The FDA is looking at other brands, including MRA Cereals, as well as other brands of Low Fat cereal, which is the same type of cereal.
The FSS said the products were “not approved by the FSAS for use in patients with a diagnosis of a metabolic syndrome” because of the high sugar content.
The agency said in an earlier statement that its “regulations regarding the safety of food are very strict and include the fact that it must be tested for safety.”
But MRA’s parent company, Me-Rebel Me-Res, is trying to get around the FDA and says its products meet the agency’s safety standards.
The company, based in the city of Ramat Gan in the northern Negev desert, has raised $30 million to develop the products and sells them to about 150,000 customers.
“It’s a matter of health,” CEO Oren Shalev told the Times of Israel.
“And if we want to sell this product, we have to be sure that it meets the standard of safety.”
According to the company’s website, the company was founded in 2009 and was named after its founder.