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March 25, 1994 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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nounsaturated fat, MUFA),
and even though they are a
good source of dietary fiber, vi-
tamins and minerals, it is best
to think of nuts as a conch-
ment to be used spar-
ingly.
Charoset
makes a
healthy con-
tribution to
our intake of
dietary fiber,
which is
what re-
mains from
food after di-
gestion. Fiber
adds bulk to our 4 "
diet and is thought
to play a role in prevent-
ing chronic conditions and dis-
eases such as obesity and colon
cancer.
The Food and Drug Admin-
istration, which is responsible

for setting the U.S. RDAs (Rec-
ommended Dietary Al-
lowances), has not established
a figure for dietary fiber intake.
However, 20 to 30 grams
is generally accept-
able.
Just remem-
ber, drink
plenty of wa-
ter with
high-fiber
• foods to help
move that
bulk
through the
digestive sys-
tem. Use the
following tables to
help you decide
what to include in your
charoset thiS Passover:
Kim Rosner Saxe is a regis-
tered dietitian and nutrition-
ist. ❑

CHAROSET BREAKDOWN

*Figures are approximate and have been rounded to the nearest
whole number. SFA stands for saturated fatty acids.

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calories % calories % calories iron
from fat from protein (mg)

114
DATES
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calcium potassium fiber
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<1 13

270 2

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2 134 666 9

RAISINS 150
(one-third cup)

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FIGS
(five figs)

14

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