An Apple a Day…

The average U.S. consumer eats about 19 pounds of fresh apples a year – about one apple per week.1 That is not a bad start, but why not an apple a day?

Why are apples such a good choice?
• They can be part of a good weight-management plan since they are low in calorie density, low in fat and high in fiber. Apples, along with other fruits and vegetables, help you fill up on fewer calories as co...

You are unauthorized to view this page. Login if you are a paid member or have purchased a course.

To purchase a course, click here

To purchase a membership, click here

10% off code for membership or classes: TRY10NOW

 

Become a premium member today and get access to hundreds of articles and handouts plus our premium tools!

Upcoming Posts

 

FDA Rule Updates

 
UP NEXT IN Food and Health
Free Resolution Calendar for the New Year

UP NEXT IN Cooking
Baking Fat and Calorie Saver Guide

New Products Available Now

 
Published on Categories cooking, practitioner ideas and news, cooking demos, ingredients, nutrition basic, weight calories satietyTags , , , , ,