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How to cut back on sugar in your diet

How to cut back on sugar in your diet

Gradually cut back on foods that contain added sugar Many foods and beverages contain added sugar (sugar added during processing). Use the..

Healthy and easy food changes to lose weight

Healthy and easy food changes to lose weight

Make small food changes to help you lose weight. Make one small change at a time and repeat it consistently until it becomes a permanent..

Top 5 sources of refined grains

Top 5 sources of refined grains

Bread, pizza, dessert, Mexican food, and pasta 1. Yeast breads Most (26%) of the refined grains Americans consume come from white or..

How many calories are in sugar?

How many calories are in sugar?

10 calories per cube, 45 calories per tablespoon Cube 1 cube of sugar is approximately 10 calories Teaspoon 1 teaspoon of sugar is..

How much sugar is in regular soda?

How much sugar is in regular soda?

There can by 9-18 teaspoons of sugar in your regular soda! A 12 oz. can of soda generally contains: 36-46 grams of sugar. This is..

What kind of fruit should I eat?

What kind of fruit should I eat?

Eat fruit closest to its natural form For example: Whole fresh fruit Frozen fruit that is unsweetened Fruit closest to it natural form is..

How to add whole grain to your diet

How to add whole grain to your diet

Add whole grain food to meals and snacks. Choose from the following source of whole grains as often as possible: Breakfast Oatmeal 100%..

What fruits and vegetables are in season?

What fruits and vegetables are in season?

Here is a list of seasonal fruits and vegetables by month: This list may vary depending on your geographic location. January Fruits:..

Should I cut out carbohydrates to lose weight?

Should I cut out carbohydrates to lose weight?

Limit refined grains, processed snack food, and food with added sugar. It depends on the type of carbohydrates. Eat these sources of..

Top 5 sources of ‘good’ carbohydrates

Top 5 sources of ‘good’ carbohydrates

Whole grains, fruit, vegetables, beans, and unsweetened dairy 1. Whole grains 2. Fruit Whole fruit (fresh) Unsweetened frozen fruit How..

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