Cleveland Clinic dietitians and wellness experts developed Go! Healthy!™ to give you the green light so you're sure you're making the healthiest food selections. Cleveland Clinic nutrition experts certify that foods carrying the Go! Healthy!™ label meet national nutritional guidelines. Cleveland Clinic's Go! Healthy!™ program makes it easier to find the most healthy food choices!
Made with Probiotic Cultures • Promotes Digestive Health
True Grains® Seed’licious® bread has a special blend of wholesome ingredients which contributes to good health. Seed’licious® bread is textured with flax seed, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, and millet for a good source of Omega 3.
Purple Wheat Raisin
Same nutrients as blueberries
True Grains® Purple Wheat Raisin bread is low fat, has a sweet nutty taste, and contains nutrients that give it a rich purple color. These are the same ingredients found in blueberries. Whole grain, great taste, and low fat!
Supports Healthy Brain, Eyes, and Heart
True Grains® Honey Grain bread contains 24 mg DHA Omega 3. Omega 3 is an effective heart nutrient and promotes cardiovascular health. It also supports brain
and eye development throughout life.
All Go! Healthy™ foods meet these nutritional criteria:
• Minimal Saturated Fat: less than 4 grams for main dishes; less than 2 grams for side dishes, soups and desserts
Reason: Saturated fats “harden” arteries and cause high LDL cholesterol, which increases the risk of heart attack, stroke and some cancers.
• No Trans Fat
Reason: Trans fat has no redeeming qualities! It increases bad LDL cholesterol and decreases good HDL cholesterol, raising the risk of heart attack and stroke.
• Minimal Added Sugars and Syrups: less than 4 grams for main dishes and desserts; less than 2 grams for side dishes and soups
Reason: Adding sugar adds empty calories and causes blood sugar to fluctuate.
• 100% Whole Grain
Reason: Whole grains are a vital source of fiber. Fiber has been shown to decrease the risk of heart disease, stroke, and certain cancers, maintain blood sugar and insulin levels, assist with regular bowel movements and keep you feeling fuller longer.
• Minimal Sodium: No more than 600 mg in entrées; 480 mg in sides and desserts
Reason: High sodium intake is associated with high blood pressure, increased risk of stroke and worsening of kidney disease, heart failure and other conditions.
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