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Free spread

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avocados

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New here and a diabetic

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Nutrition Information Chart for recipies (&foods)

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All about the Numbers

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Fibre One Bars

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Nutrition & Diet

  • Profile photo of doreen-garrett doreen-garrett

    Hi, can you please tell me what free spread is? I've probably missed it when I've been reading through the various topics, but would really like to know? Also, is there any way to print out the foods required for my weekly menu without having to write it out longhand?

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Sjanitz. Avocados are primarily fat, so they are listed in the "Fats" category.

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, you two. Click on the “My Food Choices” icon in the toolbar above your current menu – in that area, foods listed in the lightest shades of blue are considered to be best suited to your goals.

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, PatVoss. Sure :) Note that Greek yogurt tends to be richer than regular yogurt, though, so be mindful of the portion size.

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