The book lists foods by category (i.e. cereal, bread) and then by brand name, alphabetically. While the book only lists product name, portion size, and calories, it’s a helpful reference to have in your collection. It’d be perfect if it listed grams of carbohydrates for my diabetic patients, but it’s still a handy resource to have for weight management patients and consumers. I recommend checking it out and looking up some of your favorite brands to compare!
On a completely different note, I made THE BEST smoothie this morning.
I am constantly freezing fresh fruit to use in smoothies. This particular smoothie included frozen blackberries, strawberries, banana, mango, pineapple, fresh blueberries, Crystal Light fruit punch, and skim milk. I also added strawberry flavored cod liver oil from Nordic Naturals.
Husband and sister-in-law, Michelle, gave it a huge thumbs up. It went well with our Fiber One waffles – yumm!
Have a great weekend!