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Unformatted text preview: Conversely, a diet low in fiber and high in added sugar often leads to health problems. Test your knowledge of the carbohydrate content of food by sorting the following list of foods into their appropriate category. Do this by placing an “X” in the correct column. Which types of carbohydrate do you eat on a regular basis? Food High fiber/ low in added sugar Low fiber/ high in added sugar Zero or very low in Carbohydrate Whole apple Salmon Danish pastry Corn on the cob Whole wheat bread Cheddar cheese Rice crispy treat Baked potato with skin Chocolate milk Raisins Broccoli Scrambled egg Jelly beans Olive oil Kidney beans Ketchup Carrots (raw) Apple juice, 10% juice Orange juice with pulp Almonds, blanched FSHN 130 BROWN...
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- Spring '08
- Nutrition, 10%, added sugar, carbohydrate content