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Tandoor Chef Palak Paneer
Tandoor Chef Palak Paneer lets you enjoy the tasty flavors of this Indian dish right from your microwave. Only five minutes from start to finish! Plus lots of delicious, healthy spinach!
Hidden Valley Bacon Ranch Dressing
I'm in general a fan of Hidden Valley dressings. They have a great flavor and texture. The bacon ranch adds a nice hint of bacon to the flavor. Yumm!
Kitchens of India Samosas
Kitchens of India Samosas are a great appetizer to start out your Indian meal. They are vegetarian, light on spice, and are good for someone in a maintenance part of their healthy eating.
Nanaki Paneer Pakoras
Paneer Pakoras is an Indian dish which is in essence cheese rectangles in a very light chick pea batter. This is a delicious way to get calcium and vitamin A into you, with few carbs!
Ashoka Palak Paneer
If you're looking for a healthy, quick-cook meal that is delicious too, I highly recommend palak paneer. This spinach based Indian dish tastes great and is full of iron!
Pecan Meal Cookie Recipe
Pecan meal makes delicious cookies that are low carb and healthy! Here's a quick, easy recipe to get you started.
Russell Stover Sugar-Free Chocolate
Russell Stover Sugar-Free Chocolate is a perfect cure for any chocolate craving. It's only 3g of carbs per serving - and provides 4g of fiber plus lots of antioxidants. Keep some in your cupboards!
Russell Stover Sugar-Free Mousse
Russell Stover Sugar-Free Triple Chocolate Mousse Chocolate is an individually wrapped square of chocolate with delicious creamy mousse inside the square. With only 2g of carbs per serving, they're a nice chocolate treat.
Russell Stover Sugar-Free Vanilla Caramel
Russell Stover Sugar-Free Vanilla Caramel Chocolate - these square chocolates have a vanilla caramel filling. They have 1g of fiber - and no carbs at all.
Are Natural Sugars Good
I've read of several diet plans and books now that claim that naturals sugars are good to eat - while supposedly unnatural / added sugars are not good for you. Can this possibly be true?
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