This would provide two vegetable servings and contains vitamins and fibre. The roll will provide calcium, B vitamins and is practically fat free. _______________________________________ MYTH: White meat is better for you than red meat. Chicken in white wine sauce: 390 cals, 32.5g fat. Beef in red wine sauce: 287 cals, 7.4g fat. Red meat is often shunned as unhealthy, but lean beef contains less than 5 per cent fat and is also rich in nutrients including iron. Although chicken is naturally lower in fat and calories, it is often served with rich sauces.
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Healthy Eating: Healthy snacks for Santa
When mapping out your meals, remember to prepare for the possibility that your timing and/or location could be thrown off by a delayed flight or missed connection. Which leads us to our next hint — Know your airport Every year the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine reviews the food served at http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html the busiest airports in the United States. In 2013, the group found that about three-quarters of airport restaurants sell at least one low-fat, high-fiber, cholesterol-free vegetarian entree. In other words, the excuse “there’s nothing healthy to eat at the airport” is no longer valid.
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5 healthy eating tips for holiday travelers
If only the children could show Santa how much they care, it would make a big difference, because you know how much Santa loves children, she said. According to Bureau of Census data, there are 25 million households with young children. If each family left two average-size chocolate chip cookies for Santa, it would amount to more than 500 million grams of fat and more than 7 billion calories. No wonder why Santa needs our help! Those two chocolate chip cookies can pack an average 300 calories and 20 grams of fat, mostly the heart-clogging saturated fat.
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