Get Off the SoFAS! Avoiding Solid Fats & Added Sugars

      Teach your students why SoFAS don't belong in the kitchen! Viewers learn what solid fats and added sugars have in common, and why new nutritional guidelines say to avoid these calorie nightmares. But are other fats and sugars really any different? They are! This program explains the why, what, and how of it all.–Learning Seed
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