Low Calorie Snacks

100 Calorie Snack Ideas Half an apple with two teaspoons of peanut butter. An orange and a few dry roasted nuts. 10 cashew nuts. 10 almonds. Two ounces of lean roast beef. Half a small avocado. Three ounces of cooked, whole-grain noodles with one fresh tomato and a half ounce of hard cheese. One seven grain Belgian waffle. Four...

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Body Mass Calculator

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a number calculated from a person's weight and height. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body fatness for most people and is used to screen for weight categories that may lead to health problems. Use this calculator for adults 20 years old and older.   To calculate body mass for children and teens 2 to 19...

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Reading Labels and Fun Food Facts

Tips on Reading Labels If it says Fat Free Low Fat Reduced Fat or Less Fat Saturated Fat Free Low Saturated Fat Reduced or Less Saturated Fat Cholesterol Free Low Cholesterol It means Less than .05g fat per serving 3g or less fat per serving At least 25% less fat per serving Less than .05g saturated fat per serving 1g or less and no more than 15% of calories from saturated fat per serving At...

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