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pasture grass of plains of South America and western North America

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StarKist Albacore Tuna: Total fat, 1 gram; trans fat, 0 grams; saturated fat, 0 grams
Nutrition: 180 calories, 3 grams of fat, 26 grams of carbohydrates.
Beyond this effort, the Company is working directly with its French fry suppliers to further reduce trans fats that occur as part of the par frying process at their facilities, with a goal of zero grams.
And the "9 grams of whole grain per serving" in its Harvest Wheat Rising Crust Pizza may sound impressive.
Divide the number of hours prior to exercise by two to find the amount in grams of carbohydrate you should consume per pound of body weight.
Operation Focus - 18 arrested, court case pending, one ounce of cocaine, two grams of heroin, 150 grams of amphetamines, 15 grams of cannabis confiscated.
Schacher, "One Glenny's brownie with an 8oz glass of milk leaves a kid healthfully satisfied with 12 grams of complete protein and 7 grams of dietary fiber
But at three grams of fiber per serving, none of them give your breakfast a strong push toward the latest daily fiber targets from the National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine:
The results of one study suggest using one gram of protein per three grams of carbohydrate.
Taco Bell) announced today that it will convert all of its more than 4,200 single brand US restaurants to a new zero grams trans fat canola oil for frying from a partially hydrogenated soybean oil.
Each one has 200 calories, 3 grams of saturated fat, and--courtesy of its partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oils--4 1/2 grams of trans fat.
A 1/2-cup serving of cherry fudge truffle contains 7 grams fat and 230 calories, compared to 15 grams fat and 270 calories in a similar superpremium ice cream.
The funding will allow 21 Grams to aggressively grow the business on the Nordic market and to expand into other European markets.
But 4 1/2 grams of sat fat plus 4 1/2 grams of trans (half a day's bad fat) in each six-ounce, 380-calorie, single-serve pizza?