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The bake goods do it again...

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

I am having real issues with the bake goods. I read an article that says you should eat this complex carbohydrates several times a day, but at the same time it says no too eat too much of them. How does one do this? I ate only one muffin and up went the calorie count. Worst of all it was supposed to be low fat. Is there a receipe that can do it right?

Here is a copy of the contradiction:

RULE 1: Include the following in your diet:

Fruits: 2-4 servings daily
Vegetables: 3-5 servings daily
Whole grain breads, muffins, bagels, rolls, pasta, noodles, crackers, cereal, and brown rice: 6-11 servings daily
Legumes, beans and peas: 1-2 servings daily
Low-fat and non-fat dairy products: 3 servings daily
RULE 2: Limit the following to less than 2 servings daily:

Fruit Juice
Refined and processed white flour products (bread, muffins, bagels, rolls, pasta, noodles, crackers, cereal)
White rice
French fries
Fried vegetables

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