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Posts tagged "fruit" (3)

"I am trying to limit my intake of added sugar...is there an standard accepted amount of daily added sugar that is considered not harmful?"

April 25, 2018, 8:30 pm DISCUSSIONS

Q: I am trying to limit my intake of added sugar. So if I am counting sugar grams from the nutritional labels, should I bother counting the sugar grams from fresh fruit? For example, if a half cup of fresh blueberries have 8 grams of sugar, should I include that in my daily log since the sugar is naturally occurring fructose? I know I should avoid all added sugar, but is there an standard accepted amount of daily added sugar that is considered not harmful? Thank you. A: Thank you for reaching ou...

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Blood Orange Grenata

April 27, 2016, 9:34 pm RECIPES

Preparation Time: 5 minutes + Holding Time of 4-6 hours Cooking Time: 15 minutes Serving Size: ½ cup 1 Slice on The Slice Plan Ingredients 1 cup water 1 cup sugar 1.5 cups blood orange soda (you can also use any juice as a variety) Directions Heat water and sugar together; bring to boil. Allow to reduce by half (3/4 cup). Remove from heat; mix in blood orange soda. Pour into a shallow dish. Freeze for 3 hours, stir; continue freezing an a...

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5 Reasons to Eat Frozen Fruits + Vegetables

March 2, 2015, 3:13 pm ARTICLES

Pop quiz time. It's 3 p.m. — what's for dinner? Maybe this week you didn't have time to plan your meals, and dining out is calling your name. As much as we’d all love to serve our families from-scratch meals seven days a week, life happens; we are busy, and that isn’t always possible. So what can you do? By utilizing frozen foods, you can make quick, convenient and easy dinners at home.
Here are five reasons you should consider frozen fruits & vegetables: 1. Frozen Fo...

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