Substituting Foods in Recipes

Posted on March 11, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

When you are looking to reduce your intake of fatty foods, small changes or substitutions in your recipes or your eating habits can prove beneficial to your health.  For instance, egg whites are a substitute for the whole egg, or egg yolk. Perhaps a baked potato instead of french fries (as long as you watch what toppings you add to the top of the potato).

The American Heart Association offers a list of ‘Smart Substitutions’.  Check them out here>>

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