Food labels can be pretty confusing. For instance, you might think that you know what fat free means – but if a food product is labeled “fat free” does mean that it’s totally fat free? Not necessarily. According to the FDA, a food can be labeled fat free if it contains less than 0.5 grams […]
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How much time do you spend in the supermarket aisle confused by the labels on mayo — or cookies — or just about every other item in the packaged bread aisle? What do reduced fat, low fat, light, fat free, or low in calories actually mean? You practically have to walk around with a cheat […]
Do You Like Your Ice Cream Naked Or With Toppings? Sometimes there’s nothing better than an ice cream sundae. Sundaes can be made with just about anything and I freely admit that my favorite part is the stuff you put on top of ice cream, not the ice cream itself. So Many Choices You can […]
I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Ice Cream Sometimes there’s nothing better than a good old ice cream sundae. As far as I’m concerned – and I’m far from an ice cream purist – my favorite thing is the stuff you can put on top of ice cream. The mixture of the topping […]
What The Heck Is The Difference Between Low Fat And Reduced Fat . . . and light, lean, and extra lean?
The Signs Are Everywhere How much time do you spend in the supermarket aisle confused by the labels on mayo — or yogurt — or milk? Reduced fat, low fat, light, fat free, low in calories. You need a spread sheet to sort out the calories and the nutritional stats. The same thing is true […]
Penny Manegan Klatell, PhD, RN
Penny is a doctoral level nurse; a health, life, and wellness coach; and a Mom. She’s also a nutritional counselor, food lover, former college professor, author, blogger, speaker, and a very frequent restaurant visitor. She’s from a Greek restaurant family where she learned to cook and discovered the need to speak loudly to be heard above the din. She writes about delicious, healthy food and how to eat well anytime, anywhere, and at any age.