Daily Recommended Intake: 25-37g American’s Average Daily Intake: 119g Sugar 27g Fruit Punch Gatorade 52.5g 65g Otis Spunkmeyer Banana Nut McDonald’s Vanilla Milkshake 63g 36g 18g Fat Daily Recommended Intake: 65 American’s Average Daily Intake: 80 69g 72g 26.1g Outback Steakhouse Baby Back Ribs Classic Caesar Side Salad Average XL Movie Theater Popcorn What Are You Eating? The Secret Behind Your Food A Salt, Sugar, and Fat-Filled Day Breakfast: Otis Spunkmeyer Banana Nut Muffin Lunch: Stouffer’s Chicken Pot Pie Coke & Cookie Dinner: Baby Back Ribs Classic Caesar Salad Calories: 3632 Fat: 173g Salt 3884mg Sugar: 233g = Snack: Gatorade Snack: Snickers Dessert: Vanilla Milkshake Calories: 7 Big Mac’s Fat: 2 full sticks of butter Salt: 19 Doritos snack bags Sugar: 23 Krispy Kreme donuts If you were to eat like this every day for a year, you would consume 78,288g of sugar = 746 Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Health Risks Diets high in fat, sodium, and sugars can lead to •Diabetes •Heart Disease •High blood pressure •Obesity/Weight gain Salt Daily Recommended Intake: 2,300mg American’s Average Daily Intake: 3,400mg McDonald’s Premium Crispy Chicken Club Sandwich Olive Garden Chicken Caesar Salad 1470mg 1070mg Stouffer’s Chicken Pot Pie 1780mg Burger King Apple Cranberry Salad McDonald’s Sausage and Egg Biscuit 1170mg 1010mg Tips: -Be more aware of what you’re putting in your body -Cooking at home, eating mostly whole foods, and reading food labels will help you take control -Be wary of restaurant foods and drinks, even those that don’t taste salty -Excessive sodium lurks in treats like sweet blended coffee drinks, doughnuts and cookies, which often contain several hundred milligrams per serving. -Certain canned foods, such as soup and tomatoes, are always overloaded with sodium unless specifically said otherwise. Seek out low-sodium versions of these pantry staples.
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