Weight Loss Diet Healthy Eating Haul: 5 foods I can't live without!

sarahfit.com Here are 5 of my favorite products from the supermarket! I got them all at Whole Foods Market but you can get them elsewhere! They are all organic or all natural! Don’t forget to vote for me as Boston’s newest night life reporter here – http High Fiber and granola clusters cereal Almond Breeze unsweetened almond milk Shirataki Noodles Justin’s Peanut Butter Packs Ezekial Bread Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com Visit my column as the Boston Fitness Examiner www.examiner.com Be my friend on Facebook! facebook.com Check out my wordpress blog for updates on me 🙂 sarahdussault.wordpress.com
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Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from vinzfeller and more videos in the Better Health category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at www.howcast.com or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at www.howcast.com Trying to eat healthy but confused about what to avoid? Nutrition labels can help you make smart food choices. To complete this How-To you will need: Patience Some math skills Step 1: Look at serving size Look at the serving size; all numbers on a nutrition label refer to a single serving. You might discover that what you consider a light snack is actually meant to feed four! Tip: Keep in mind that the calories per serving generally don’t include additional ingredients you may need to prepare the item. Step 2: Weigh the calories Look at the line marked “calories.” Limit foods whose “calories from fat” make up more than a third of the total. Step 3: Chew over the fat Check out the “Total Fat” section. It tells you the number of fat grams in a serving, plus the breakdown of the kinds of fat. Avoid foods that contain trans fats and whose “percent daily value” of saturated fats is higher than 20 percent. Tip: Percent daily value is based on a daily intake of 2000 calories. Growing teenagers and athletes often consume more, while women and older people sometimes consume less. Step 4: Check your cholesterol Check the cholesterol number

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