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Study Says Wild Salmon are Healthier
A new study of salmon around the world finds that wild salmon have lower levels of dioxins and contaminants than farm raised salmon do. The farm raised salmon are contamined by the feed they are given.
Fortune Magazine Discusses Atkins Phenomenon
You can tell a movement is having an impact when Fortune magazine does a story on the impact on food makers worldwide. In 2004, Fortune reported that Atkins and low carb have reached that stage.
Healthy Egg Sales Soar
In the old days, an egg was an egg. With the popularity of low carb and Atkins diets, egg manufacturers are coming out with a wide variety of options.
Research on Eggs, Cholesterol and Health
Remember back when we were told that eggs were unhealthy for you as a breakfast food? It turns out that the study was funded by ... the cereal industry!
Dangers of Sugar Consumption
While there are a few essential sugars to have in your diet, there are also very harmful sugars out there - like sucrose. Learn more about sugars and the damage they can cause.
Low Carb Hot Cocoa Recipe
Looking for a recipe for low carb hot cocoa? Hot chocolate is perfect for chasing away the chills, and this one is sugar-free!
First 2 Weeks Low Carb Food List
Are you starting out with your low carb diet - whether it´s Atkins, South Beach or another style? Here is a food list to get you through those first two weeks.
Arnold Low Carb Whole Wheat Bread
Arnold is a big name in bread. They´ve now come out with both a low carb whole wheat and a low carb multigrain bread! This is the CarbCounting line. They are only 6g per slice.
Low Carb Airline Travel Tips
Airline travel can be stressful enough without adding some starvation into the mix. Be sure to plan appropriately before you get to the airport.
Researchers Link Sugary, Processed Foods and Birth Defects
In a report published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, women who ate sugary and processed foods while pregnant apparently doubled their risk of birth defects. Women who were obese quadrupled that risk.
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