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CDC Says Obesity Top Health Threat
Dr. Julie Gerberding, Director of the Center for Disease Control, has said that obesity is far more dangerous than West Nile and other threats - but that people ignore the problem.
Low Carb Enchantments Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
Want to snack on a chocolate chip cookie, but don´t want to spoil your low carb lifestyle? Try the Low Carb Enchantments brand, they´re quite tasty!
Tuna Cheese Melt Casserole
Tuna is an easy food to have in your pantry, and this tuna melt casserole takes under 10 minutes to prepare in your microwave!
Low Carb - The First Two Days
Most low carb diets put special emphasis on the first two weeks, when you get used to eating in a more healthy manner. But those first two DAYS are the key - when you break your carb addiction!
High Carb Vacation = Weight Gain
Yup, I normally eat healthy, low carb food. But on my week-long vacation I decided to experiment with a typical level of buns, breading and snacks. The result? I gained 6 pounds!
Calorie Control Council and Aspartame Safety
The Calorie Control Council has written me, stating that Aspartame is 100% safe. Coincidentially, the Calorie Control Council represents the companies making low-calorie foods that contain aspartame.
Phenylketonuria, phenylalanine, PKU and aspartame
Aspartame - also known as Nutrasweet - breaks down in the body to 50% phenylalanine. While phenylalanine is found in milk and bananas, many people are sensitive to this.
methanol - methyl alcohol - and aspartame
Methanol, also known as methyl alcohol, is a prime component of aspartame and nutrasweet. Just what is methanol, and how is it processed by your body?
Aspartic Acid and Aspartame
Aspartic acid makes up 40% of aspartame - Nutrasweet. Just what is aspartic acid, and how does your body process it?
Dealing With a Weight Loss Plateau
You´re on a diet, and things are rolling along smoothly. And then you stop losing weight for a week or two. This is quite normal, and nothing to worry about!
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