Monday, October 31, 2016

Blood Marys, Black Currants, and Better Snacks!

Phil's Food Reviews for October 31st, 2016, Spooky Sugar Tips, Supermarket Innovations

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October 31, 2016
 
 
 

This week Phil reviews a not so spicy bloody Mary mix, a true black currant flavored beverage, a fresh tasting gluten free snack bar, the best tasting frozen potatoes ever, and a nacho cheese flavor chip that doesn’t taste artificial. Watch all reviews here.

Individual Review links with nutrition information and product breakdown are listed below: 

 
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Spooky Sugar Tips
Sugar is hidden in many of our favorite eats. Find out how much sugar we're consuming on average and how to cut back.

Sugar is everywhere, especially today, it’s Halloween! And Halloween usually kicks off the Holiday season, and that means treats, parties and dietary cheats are on the horizon. Regardless of holiday season or not, Americans of all ages are getting more sugar than they’ve bargained for and to add to that, November is National Diabetes Awareness Month - a condition in which sugar plays a huge role. According to the American Heart Association, Americans eat about 22 teaspoons (110 grams) of added sugars a day, that’s 3.6 times the recommendation (or limit) for women and 2.4 times that for men. That’s spookier than a halloween ghost!

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