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HEALTHY EATING . PICK A CARD. You will be asked a question about the picture that you hold in your hand when it appears on the screen. Ready set go……. TRUE OR FALSE. Losing belly fat is a reliable predictor of your risk for getting certain conditions. TRUE.

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You will be asked a question about the picture that you hold in your hand when it appears on the screen.

Ready set go…….


TRUE OR FALSE in your hand when it appears on the screen.

Losing belly fat is a reliable predictor of your risk for getting certain conditions


TRUE in your hand when it appears on the screen.



Because total the carbohydrates includes carbohydrates? all the sugar that enters your blood stream


Are sweeteners safe? carbohydrates?


There have been hundreds of solid studies that prove that high intensity sweeteners are safe in humans


TRUE OR FALSE high intensity sweeteners are safe in humans

Alcohol is forbidden for most people with diabetes.


FALSE high intensity sweeteners are safe in humans


WHAT ARE FREE FOODS? high intensity sweeteners are safe in humans


Any food or drink that has less than 20 calories and 5 grams or less of carbohydrate per serving is a free food.


How much fiber should you eat? or less of carbohydrate per serving is a free food.


20-35 grams a day or less of carbohydrate per serving is a free food.


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