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http://1conn.com/?1e0=c7 Aim to gradually make the transition from highly processed foods with lots of ingredients to real, whole foods with fewer ingredients. These small swaps will greatly impact your health and hopefully won’t be too hard to adjust to!
click to investigate Swap out your flavored instant oatmeal for old fashioned oats! Add cinnamon, honey, nuts and berries to make it delicious and even more nutritious.
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Hydrogenation is the process of changing a liquid vegetable oil into a solid. It is used to keep foods shelf stable and add texture. Hydrogenation is a key term for trans fat. Trans fat is detrimental to your health – it increases your bad cholesterol and decreases your good cholesterol. Hydrogenated oils are found most commonly in margarine, shortening, packaged snacks, baked goods, fried foods and coffee creamers. Check your labels and see if they are hiding in foods you consume regularly.
Even though the term “natural” on a food label has no defined or regulated meaning, most of the time your “natural” peanut butters have only peanuts and salt. But not always – flip it over and check the label to be sure. My favorite is Smucker’s Natural. Switching to a natural version with fewer ingredients might be a small texture adjustment at first, and don’t let the oil separation on top freak you out. Remember to store it upside down in the cabinet and it will help with the separation!
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Commercial salad dressings are usually full of sugar or artificial sweeteners, inflammatory oils, preservatives, colors, stabilizers and much more.