Nutrition Facts Popcorn

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… only 49 days until the book release!



Are you looking for a healthy fall snack?  Maybe it’s time to rethink that old friend: popcorn.  I’m not talking about the butter soaked, over-sized bag you get at the theater, but a more calorie-conscious alternative.

Try popping it on the stove top using a saucepan with just a bit of extra virgin olive oil.  Not only is popcorn a whole grain and good source of dietary fiber, it is naturally low in calories.  On average, one cup of unbuttered, unflavored popcorn is a mere 50 calories!

If you’re looking to give your snack some added pizazz and still keep its nutritional value in check, try seasoning it with a little Mrs. Dash.   For a sweeter alternative, try dusting it with a some cinnamon and Splenda.

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Fitness Attack #2, the book, is going to be released on Halloween 2010!  That’s right, 10/31/10! It will feature 101 easy tips to help you live a healthy and fit life! 91 of those tips will be released right here, starting today and going through the launch date. The last 10 tips are EXCLUSIVE to the book so if you want them, you’ll have to buy the book! We are also working on lots of bonus material to overload the book! More info on ordering and content to come – stay tuned!

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