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Raisins Nutrition and Carb Counts
Raisins are shrivelled up grapes. You'd think with grapes and wine being so healthy, that raisins would also be healthy. Raisins are chock full of sugar!
Pineapple Fruit and Juice Nutrition
Pineapple is a very intriguing item as far as low carb is concerned. Raw, its carb count - quite reasonable - but in juice form, it is extremely high in sugar!
Zero Carb / No Carb Foods
Let me say up front that you should never go down to zero carbs. It's like going down to zero food. It'll cause your body to go into famine mode and cling to fat. That being said, what are zero carb foods?
Yam / Sweet Potato Information
Yams and sweet potatos are full of natural sugars, but they are also quite nutritious. In the grand scheme of things, they are quite better than many dessert style dishes you could feed yourselves :)
Chips Ahoy! 100 Calorie Packs
I really like these little packs. You know exactly what you're getting. 100 calories. 18g of carbs. Because the packs are all separate, you're not tempted to keep eating.
Low Carb Book Club Listing
If you're interested in low carb recipes, be sure to join our monthly Low Carb book club! We'll discuss new cookbooks, classic favorites, and share ideas on eating a healthy low carb lifestyle.
Low Carb Newsletter
Need to get your hands on new low carb recipes, product reviews or information? Sign up for the free low carb newsletter!
Vitamin C RDA and Information
Vitamin C is a critical vitamin to take every day. If you don't get enough Vitamin C, you come down with scurvy which is eventually fatal. That's why sailors took citrus fruits on their trips!
Low Carb Cocktail Sauce Recipe
Cocktail sauce is the perfect accompaniment to shrimp. Here's a recipe to make yourself a low carb cocktail sauce.
After the First Two Weeks
Low carb diets start with two weeks of intensive training to get you in the mindset of your new style of eating. Once you get through those two weeks, it should be relatively smooth sailing.
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