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    FOODPICKER: Frozen: Breakfast
    Smart Ones Stuffed Breakfast Sandwich

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  • Carbohydrate Choices:  2
    47% of calories are from carbohydrate.  Your body's favorite energy source is carbohydrate.  Many organs in the body can use protein or fat for energy if carbohydrate is not available.  The brain, however, requires some carbohydrate (glucose) to function.

    Fat:  7 grams
    Your selection contains 26% fat.  Strive to consume less than 30% of your calories from fat.  This item contains 9% saturated fat.  Limit saturated fat to 10% of total calories daily.

    Sodium:  580 milligrams
    Consider that fresh foods (e.g. fresh fruits and vegetables) often have significantly less sodium than processed foods.

    If you choose this consider...

      Christine Frozen breakfast items can be high in carbohydrate and fat.  Adhere to portion sizes.  Balance these foods with lowfat protein sources such as lowfat cottage cheese.  Look for frozen breakfast products made with whole grains for added fiber.

    To burn this off...
    • Walk for 48 minutes
    • Jog for 23 minutes
    • Bike for 30 minutes
    • Swim for 26 minutes
    Based on a person weighing 175 pounds (change weight)
     

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      Blood sugar and diet are directly related.  It is important for those with Diabetes to learn as much as possible about nutrition.

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    FOODPICKER: Frozen: Breakfast
    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 1 sandwich (113g)
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 240

    Total Fat 7g
       Saturated Fat 2.5g
       Monounsaturated Fat 0g
       Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
       Trans Fat 0g

    Cholesterol 20mg

    Sodium 580mg

    Total Carbohydrate 28g
       Dietary Fiber 3g
       Sugars 3g
       Sugar Alcohol 0g

    Protein 16g

    Vitamin A 6% Vitamin C 2%
    Calcium 15% Iron 8%

    Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.  Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
    Calories Per Gram:
    Fat 9  Carbohydrate 4  Protein 4

    GlucoMenu Diabetes Study - Average Weight Loss 14.1 Pounds!
     
    After 12 weeks our Pre-Diabetes & Type 2 patients
  • A1c decreased three-quarters percentage point (from 7.11 to 6.36)
  • Lost 14.1 pounds
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