Day 5: 2000 Calories a Day The Healthy...

BREAKFAST Fruit-Topped Waffles (2 low-fat waffles topped with 1/2 cup mixed fruit and 1/4 cup yogurt) Extra-Light Margarine (2 tsp.) Skim Milk (1 cup) Grape Juice (1/2 cup) MORNING SNACK Apple Slices (1 medium apple) Topped with Peanut Butter (2 T.) LUNCH Mexican/American Hot Dog (1 lean hot dog served...

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Day 6: 2000 Calories a Day The Healthy...

BREAKFAST Vegetable Omelet (prepared with 1/2 cup egg substitute and 1/4 cup vegetables) Turkey Sausage (3 ounces) Wheat Toast (1 slice) Grapefruit (1/2 large) Whipped Diet Margarine (1 tsp.) Coffee (6 ounces) MORNING SNACK Part-Skim String Cheese (1 ounce) Whole Wheat Crackers (2) LUNCH Tuna Meltdown (prepared with 3 ounces...

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The Role of Fat Replacers in a Healthy...

The age of reduced-fat and fat-free options is upon us. Fat replacers have opened the door for a new generation of reduced-fat foods that have the taste and texture of the high-fat foods consumers enjoy, but without unnecessary calories, cholesterol or fat. As the American Dietetic Association has stated, "Fat...

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Healthy Substitutions

Making reduced-fat, low-calorie food choices a regular part of your daily diet will soon become automatic. Here are some suggestions to get you started. [su_table] Instead of . . . Try . . . Ice Cream Low- or Non-Fat Frozen Yogurt Whole Milk Skim Milk Regular Cheese Reduced-Fat Cheese Rich...

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faq2Do you have questions about low-calorie sweeteners? Want to learn more about maintaining a healthy lifestyle? You asked and we listened. Our resident Registered Dietitians answered the most popular questions about low-calorie sweeteners.