Diet Friend or Foe – “Wraps”
Tortillas became the rage during the low-carb craze. They are less doughy than bread, but some wraps are enormous and can pack up to 500 calories in the wrap alone without adding fillers. What can you do? Use whole-wheat or sprouted-grain wraps, which contain fewer than 200 calories and at least 5 grams of fiber a piece. Also look for wraps that are less than 8 inches wide. Another suggestion— just eat the insides like a salad.
SHAPE January 2010
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