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Low Carb Pot Luck Ideas
Pot Luck lunches or dinners involve each person bringing in a dish to share for the group. What are some ideas for pot luck offerings that are healthy and low carb?
The South Beach Diet - Book Review
The South Beach Diet by Arthur Agatston first came out in 2003. This review was done in 2012, nearly ten years after its release, to see how well it held up.
Hidden Valley Pomegranate Vinaigrette
The Hidden Valley Pomegranate Vinaigrette offers a flavorful salad dressing with 60 calories and 3g of sugar per serving.
Maple Grove Farms Sugar-Free Raspberry Vinaigrette
Maple Grove Farms Sugar-Free Raspberry Vinaigrette is tasty, gluten-free, and a nice way to add flavor to your salad without many extra calories.
SlimFast 3-2-1 Low Carb Shake
My routine is to have a protein shake each morning for my breakfast. How does the SlimFast 3-2-1 chocolate shake fit into a low carb diet?
Ken's Lite Raspberry Pomegranate Dressing
Ken's Steak House Lite Raspberry Pomegranate Dressing offers delicious flavors with only 70 calories and 6g of carbs per serving.
Fresh Express Veggie Lover's Salad Mix
I adore the Very Veggie salad mix. It appears that Fresh Express Veggie Lover's Salad Mix is a competitor to this blend. How does it match up?
Wishbone Light Italian Dressing
Salads are an important part of a daily meal plan. Usually it's the dressing that adds the most calories and carbs. Wishbone Light Italian has only 35 calories and 3g of carbs per serving.
Fat Sick and Nearly Dead DVD Review
Fat Sick and Nearly Dead is a DVD tracking two obese men who tackle their weight problems by drinking only fruit / veggie shakes for months at a time. You might be surprised at how well this nutritional system works!
Tomatoland Book Review
Have you ever wondered why home-grown tomatoes taste so much better than store-bought ones? Tomatoland by Barry Estabrook explains just how bad supermarket tomatoes are - from artificial red color, to no flavor, to human slavery. Really.
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