Project Freesheet and müsli bars

Looking around Braga for free sheets, ie issues of Metro, laying around to make a picture for the Project Freesheet and on Flickr. Anyway didn't find any.

Picking up an issue of Metro from one of the stands on Campus de Gualtar I saw in the fine print that the Metro in Portugal is printed on recycled paper. I think they are very lone doing that in Portugal. Not even the environmental NGO Quercus is doing that with its magazine...

In the 2007-02-15 issue of the National Metro in Portugal one article says that not all food rich in fibres are good. Perhaps low in sugar but might be full with fat. One the same note, Müsli bars usually are full with sugars. Hint: if the müsli bar is coated with white chocolate is has got both plenty of sugar and fat. So look for the label for how many calories they contain!

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At February 16, 2007, Blogger Luigi Mario said...

I know those bars very well, most of them have the same amount of sugars as one reguylar chocolate bar:|. Even the fat percentage is amazing....its all a matter of marketing.

At February 16, 2007, Blogger Johan said...

I have heard about people eating those müsli bars for breakfast. "Since müsli is so good for you ..." and that is people at university ...

At February 16, 2007, Blogger Joao Soares said...

You now are on my enviroblogs list.
Happy weekend.

At February 16, 2007, Blogger Johan said...

although I am Swedish I actually live in Portugal
bom fim-de-semana


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