Moderation is a great thing.
Health experts state that moderation is crucial to making and sticking to healthy eating options.
Natural sweeteners help to make the healthy foods we select more pleasurable.
Natural sweeteners are a good example of a place in the American diet where moderation can make a big difference.
Artificial sweeteners are not the best choice. However, a moderate amount of natural sweetener provides a lovely complement to a healthy diet .
A little bit of maple syrup can create a great glaze for roast chicken or root vegetables . Maple sugar can also be a great rub on pork or beef.
You can also use maple syrup on roasted parsnips, beets, root veg or carrots .
A Little Natural Sweetener Helps with a Healthy Diet
Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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