Healthy eating and physical activity should be part of everyone's lifestyle. Making wise food choices as per Canada’s Food Guide means choosing grain products that are lower in fat, sugar and salt. NO YOLKS are low in fat and sodium.
Pasta is a good source of complex carbohydrates, and a moderate source of protein, containing essential vitamins and minerals. Carbohydrates are necessary because they provide the main source of energy for muscles, nerves and other body tissues (consider them high octane fuel for your body!). Carbohydrates also produce the glucose that your brain needs to function. Pasta, like NO YOLKS, provides energy mainly from carbohydrates. Energy is an important factor aiding in maintaining the functions of the body necessary to the maintenance of good health and normal growth and development. Carbohydrates also aid in fat utilization. Enriched pasta, like NO YOLKS, are also a source of 5 essential vitamins and minerals. In addition NO YOLKS are a source of dietary fibre. That’s a lot of goodness packaged into a delicious versatile pasta product.
Low in fat
As a guide in making healthy eating choices use the Nutrition Facts table on food labels to help you choose products that contain less fat, saturated fat, trans fat, sugar and sodium (salt). Select products with more fibre. NO YOLKS noodles are low in fat and saturated fat and are free of trans fat. Most varieties contain only 1.0 grams of fat per 85 gram serving. Watch the amount of creamy and oily sauces that you use over pasta to keep the overall fat content low. Enjoy NO YOLKS noodles in a variety of ways.
Contains no trans fat
NO YOLKS noodles contain zero trans fat.
Source of 5 essential nutrients
Thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folacin, and iron. You'll find these five essential nutrients and more in all varieties of NO YOLKS.
Making healthy food choices is a part of a healthy living lifestyle, and eating NO YOLKS® noodles fits into a healthy lifestyle.
The following are a few additional wise eating choices:
Eat at least one dark green and one orange vegetable each day.
Enjoy vegetables and fruit prepared with little or no added fat, sugar or salt.
Have vegetables and fruit more often than juice.
Make at least half of your grains products whole grain each day.
Choose grain products that are low in fat, sugar or salt.
Drink skim, 1% or 2% milk each day.
Select lower fat milk alternatives.
Have meat alternatives such as beans, lentils and tofu often.
Eat at least two Food Guide servings of fish each week.
Select lean meat and alternatives prepared with little or no added fat or salt.
Drink water regularly. It's a calorie-free way to quench your thirst.
Drink more water in hot weather or when you are very active.
To be active every day is a step towards better health and a healthy body weight. Canada's Physical Activity Guide recommends building 30 to 60 minutes of moderate physical activity into daily life for adults and at least 90 minutes a day for children and youth. You don't have to do it all at once. Add it up in periods of at least 10 minutes at a time for adults and five minutes at a time for children and youth. Start slowly... and build up.
Daily exercise is also an important part of weight control. Well-balanced eating creates energy which fuels exercise.