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Best and Worst Valentine's Day Candy

from Yahoo Health and Eat This Not That

 

 

It's David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding once again reporting on how to choose the lesser of two evils:

Candy heart: Okay; Candy heart disease: Not so good.

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The truth about candy applies to all food just the same: If we treat it with respect to its energy output, replacement value, and acid load on the body, it can be eaten safely and without worry of weight-gain or any other unhealthy consequence.

 

Candy is sugar, which is a carb, which is a fuel food. Each serving of carbs eaten daily should be balanced out with at least a serving of fruits or veggies just to have decent health; two servings of fruits or veggies is even better; three really gets things moving; and a four-to-one ratio of fruits and veggies to all carbs and proteins allows for the perfect health possible.

 

Obviously sugar is not a fuel we want to partake of very often, or even daily really (especially if we don't exercise regularly), but as long as we do it safely then there can be no harm from it.

 

So, which are the best and worst Valentine's Day candies?

Bad Candy

Better Choice

Ghirardelli Milk & Caramel Chocolate Squares

Ghirardelli Intense Dark Twilight Delight Squares,
72% Cacao

Russell Stover Milk Chocolate Almond Delights

Milk Chocolate
Chocolate Whips

Lindor Mini Milk
Chocolate Hearts

Lindt Excellence Dark Chocolate Bar with a Touch of Sea Salt

Fannie May Cappuccino Truffle

Chocolate-Covered Citrus Peel

Hershey’s King Size Valentine Marshmallow Heart

Hershey’s Special Dark Chocolate Kisses

 

Read the full article here.

 

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