Here's how easy it is to be tricked and why this fats and oils issue is so necessary to pay attention to.
On the run, I recently bought a box of Doctor Kracker flatbread crackers. Vegan and Certified USDA Organic no less.
Eight (8) crackers to the box. How bad could it be?
Very hungry, I ate them. THEN I read the label:
100 calories per freaking cracker!!! Not a typo.
Eight not very large crackers: 800 calories (about the same as a Big Mac with Cheese.)
Hey, the crackers were great, but not so great to have consumed 800 calories from eight freaking crackers!
It's frighteningly easy to be fooled by the Food Manufacturing Mafia (and that includes you Doctor Kracker. Shame on you!)
Read labels and review the great info on this site about fats and oils. Thanks to VegSource for being the leader in getting this info out to people.
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In general I do not. Once in a blue moon I have a green smoothie as a treat, but in general no. When I do, I make my own.
Thank you! I've just been informed I am being invited back to Marshall next year to speak and be the Emcee of their now annual New Year, New You fest.
If nuts and seeds stop heart attacks, why is heart disease still the number one killer of all Americans?
And if someone still has fat on their body and they give up nuts as an experiment for 3 weeks, I seriously doubt they will have a heart attack. Excess weight, on the other hand, carries great risks.
Chef AJ looks good in whatever she chooses to wear. Lighten up folks.
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