10 chips is about the size of a carb serving. There's relaly no shortcut for chips because any substitute (pita, etc.) would also be a carb, and tortilla chips aren't too bad glycemic wise. If you're trying to cut out fat then you could use reduced fat or nonfat cheese. The nonfat cheeses don't melt very well except for the processed American cheese. It melts but tastes kind of scary if you ask me!I would say look to covering the chips with seasoned ground turkey and all the veggies you want (onions, jalapenos, tomatoes, salsa) and go light on the cheese.
08/21/2012 - 5:33am
my favorite super-healthy summer food includes some of you have mentioned above such as watermelons and tomatoes.
06/24/2012 - 4:11am
When I make ice tea, I add rinsed and crushed mint, lemon balm, and stevia leaves. Makes a wonderful, naturally sweetened tea without added calories or artificial ingrediants.