You should be looking at both items. you need to consider whether the product you want is free of saturated fats but high in good fats. you need to also consider if the product has alot of sugar. at Vision Personal Training Castle Hill, we educate our clients through a shopping tour. here we go through the aisles of the coles and read food labels and compare products. you should be looking at the amount of carbs and then how much sugar that product has compared to others. then you need to look at how much fat the item has and if that fat comes from saturated (bad fats) or good fats. as a general rule, make shure you so most of your shopping in the fruit and veg department. buying majotiy of foods that are unprocessed, full of minerals and vitamins, low in bad fats, and green options that are low in carbohydrate. make sure to eat some carbs though, coming from sweet potato, berries, brown rice. you must also consider, when you are buying any meat products that you are buying lean sources. all meat products, carry a saturated fat. any fish will have essential omega 3's. you will need these to carry your essential minerals and vitamins around your body.
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