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  • v CHRISTFIEND
    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I appreciate the support.
    3805 days ago
  • v JAMESKEVIN
    Thanks for the blog comment! Happy New year to ya! Hope to see ya around on the site
    3806 days ago
  • v DAWNWATERWOMAN

    Thank you so much for your kind comments on my blog. Bright blessings for a New Year full of Fun & Fitness, Happiness & good Health, and most of all lots of Love & Laughter! Be blessed and be well, Love, Dawn emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3811 days ago
  • v MRSHONEYC
    Thank you for participating in the Carbohydrate Survey. Below are the correct answers. The ones with an * are the ones that you missed.

    Simple carbs are mostly sugars which burn quickly. True
    Complex carbs help to keep your blood sugars level resulting in longer lasting energy. True
    Fresh fruits are __simple__ carbohydrates.
    Fresh vegetables are __complex__ carbohydrates.
    You should limit your "sugars" to _10__ % of your total calories.
    Refining (seen on your nutrition label as "refined wheat" or "enriched") normally removes the bran and the germ, leaving only the endosperm.
    Without the bran and germ, about 25% of a grain’s protein is lost, along with at least seventeen key nutrients.
    A "1 ounce serving" of grains is: 1/2 cup cooked rice, bulgur or pasta 1/2 cup dry oats 1 ounce dry pasta, rice or other dry grain 1 slice bread 1 small muffin (weighing one ounce) 1 cup ready-to-eat cereal flakes
    * A minimum of _3_ servings of whole grains is recommended for a "healthy diet" (for everyone over 9 years of age).

    You did GREAT! There will be a series of posts regarding Carbohydrates when I close out this survey later this week.

    4126 days ago
  • v MRSHONEYC
    Happy Valentines Day!
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    4128 days ago
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