Friday, April 6, 2012

Quick tip: white foods

Whenever you see a food that's white (white sugar, white flour, white crackers...), it's been processed and stripped of nutrients. Try to replace the white foods in your diet (usually breads, pastas, crackers and other grain products) with brown foods (aka, whole grains).

Don't be fooled by the "whole wheat" label - look for "whole grains" and try to look for packages that have a transparent front - so you can actually see that there are in fact visible grains in the food. 

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