Answer to last week: Surprising, isn't it? One labeling loophole allows food manufacturers to list the count of ANY nutrient (from unhealthy ones like trans fats to important things like protein) as 0 as long as it contains fewer than 0.5 grams of the nutrient per serving. This can be misleading to consumers, and it explains why foods that contain oil on the ingredients list can claim to be fat-free according to the label. While a single serving of the food might not matter much, eating all of the servings over time could add up to a significant amount of that nutrient.
I have a plan and am putting it into motion. Our house has a basement (for laundry) and our bedrooms are upstairs. So there is double action to my hips, thighs, kees and of course my butt. Amen to this plan and I'm going at it full force.
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Who indeed can harm you if you are committed deeply to doing what is right? - I Peter Your current safe boundaries were once unknown frontiers. - Anonymous
Welcome to our new thread that will feature questions about health, nutrition and fitness. A new questions will be posted weekly - so be sure to check on it every weekend!
Which of the following statements best describes your health status?
I'm not sure what it is. Iím aware of any health issues that I have, and I know that I need to address them. I intend to address my health issues, and have been consulting with my doctor to plan how I will improve my health status I have put a health improvement plan into motion, with my doctor's approval, and am optimistic that I will see results. Other - please specify
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