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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!
Russell Stover Sugar Free Chocolate
If you´re thinking about a sweet treat, why pour sugar down your throat? These sugar free chocolates are very tasty, and healthier than the sugary variety!
CarboRite At Last! Chocolate Truffle Bar
If you´re looking for a really tasty chocolate bar without sugar, give the CarboRite chocolate truffle bar! It´s got milk chocolate with think truffle layers built in!
Carb Solutions Chocolate Shake
Carb Solutions makes a low carb, high protein drink with 2g of carbs. It supplies 70% of your calcium for the day but not much else.
Meat, Protein and Absorbing Calcium
One urban legend states that a diet that has large amounts of protein will somehow leach or suck all the calcium from your bones. This has been proven to be false.
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