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9 Carlos Ríos (Huelva, 1991), studied Human Nutrition and Dietetics at the Pablo de Olavide University (Seville). A non-conformist dietitian-nutritionist, he is the creator of the Realfooding movement, a lifestyle that has attracted hundreds of thousands of followers on social networks, especially on his Instagram account @carlosriosq. His mission is to fight, through knowledge, against the multinationals of ultra-processed products and to bring real food back to the population. Author’s biography

Carlos Ríos (Huelva, 1991), studied Human Nutrition and Dietetics at the Pablo de Olavide University (Seville). Non-conformist Dietitian-Nutritionist, he is the creator of the Realfooding movement, a lifestyle that hundreds of thousands of followers have joined through social networks, especially in his Instagram account @carlosriosq. His mission is to fight, through knowledge, against the multinationals of ultra-processed products and return real food to the population.

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Realfooding is not a diet but a lifestyle that recovers what our grandmothers knew perfectly well. It is an invitation to eat real food, respecting our own gastronomy and local commerce, a call to recover authentic products, techniques and flavors that respect the characteristics of each food.

Carlos Ríos (Huelva, 1991), studied Human Nutrition and Dietetics at the Pablo de Olavide University (Seville). A non-conformist dietitian-nutritionist, he is the creator of the Realfooding movement, a lifestyle that has attracted hundreds of thousands of followers on social networks, especially on his Instagram account @carlosriosq. His mission is to fight, through knowledge, against the multinationals of ultra-processed products and to bring real food back to the population.

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«This Friday will be the most important day of your life -laughs-. The government has approved raising taxes on sugary drinks». On the other end of the phone line, a realfooder, as the legion of followers of Carlos Ríos (Huelva, 1991) is called. It is true, Ríos and his followers are now in luck after the decision of the Ministry of Consumer Affairs.

«They have decontextualized my message. Everything I say I prove on a scientific level. I am supported by the World Health Organization and university nutrition departments,» he defends himself against the criticism that he is accused of creating TCAs. He assures that there are many other versions that «are insubstantial». «If they are people who make constructive criticisms, I listen to them and it is solved. The basics of realfooding are not invalidated,» he says. «When you make your way and position yourself as a leader in realfooding you uncover a lot of envy.»

He has the A and B side of this tape: «The worst thing was exposing myself to so many people. That brings you harsh criticism and enemies. On the other hand, the best thing is also the exposure to so many good people, who love me, stop me in the street and hug me. Besides, the adventure of entrepreneurship makes you grow in all facets on a personal level».

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«We are going to develop more good processed together with @shukran_foods and other real food manufacturers in our country to beat the ultra-processed,» Ríos assures on his Instagram profile, which is followed by more than 1.5 million people. «We are going to show that healthy and pleasurable eating is possible. Because the most important thing is quality ingredients, food at the service of people’s health, under this mission we will create the realfooding supermarket.»

«The moment you declare that you use it to sweeten you are skipping this part of the legislation,» Robles assures. «It’s that you declare it openly, that the technological purpose is that.» The label also fails to state the percentage of dates the product contains which, in Robles’ opinion, should be indicated since «it is highlighting these by means of a graphic representation.»

Robles posted on Instagram his doubts about the product’s labeling and was answered by Ríos himself, asking him to «declare your conflicts of interest so that people know where this absurdity comes from.» Immediately, Robles says, she received a barrage of messages from Ríos’ followers, who described her as working for the industry -although, in reality, she works for media outlets such as El País or RTVE-.