Add Flavor, Not Fat, Using EN's Condiments Guide

Upton, Julie
August 2006
Environmental Nutrition;Aug2006, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p5
The article provides consumers with the condiments guide to add flavor but not fat. It mentions that horseradish, hot sauces, mustards and salsas add lots of flavor without the much added calories, fat and others. Moreover, tomato-based and barbecue sauces contain high salt and sugar so it is recommended to read the labels.


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