When we cleaned out my Grandmothers basement, we found an older version of the Canadian Food Guide from 1969 called “Healthful Eating”. It has some interesting tips. Such as suggesting that you start feeding your baby orange juice at two weeks old, that teen boys should have 16oz of butter a week (teen girls only need 10oz if you were wondering), and every meal should include bread and butter or fortified margarine.
|16oz equals a pound. A pound of butter.|
That’s four sticks of butter, or one big package.
Am I reading this right?
Did this pamphlet just tell me that fats and carbs are a better source of energy than proteins?
Lard is a condiment? Yeah, no calories in lard at all. I’ll be sure to add some to my mandatory bread and butter, just, you know, as seasoning.