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USDA Carbohydrates vs Low Carb
Low carb diets tend to keep you under 80g of carbs a day. The USDA websites recommend you get 45% of your calories from carbs. How do these compare?

CarboLite Sugar Free Gummy Bears
If you´re a fan of sweets, there´s no reason to eat sugar. CarboLite has sugar free gummy bears that literally have 0g of net carbs - only sugar alcohols.

White Bread - Necessary Food or Extra
Societies typically develop around eating wild game, drawing fish from the sea, baking bread and growing veggies. Just how important is grain in this mix of human intake?

Protein Overconsumption and Ammonia
Some opponents to meat eating diets say that eating too much protein creates an ammonia overload. You would have to eat over 20 quarter pounders a day to hit this level!

US Government Recommended Carbs
As we know, the government changes its stance on nutrition frequently - and is heavily influenced by lobbying groups. What is their stance on carbohydrates?

Complete Idiot's Guide to Low Carb
I was really impresed by the Idiot´s Guide to low carbing. Where certain other low carb books are thinly veiled attempts to bash the lifestyle, the Idiot´s Guide explains why this way of life is so healthy.

Are High Protein Diets Dangerous?
Some groups - most notably PETA - put out material claiming that a protein based diet is dangerous, if not deadly, for a human. What is the truth in this claim?

Jelly Belly Sugar-Free Jelly Beans
Even low carbers and diabetics like sweet treats sometimes. The JellyBelly sugar-free jelly beans are REALLY tasty and have only 4g per serving!

Why Counting Calories Does Not Work
You´ve heard people say it. All that matters is how many calories you eat. That is COMPLETELY untrue because it oversimplifies the complex machinery that is your body.

White Bread - Whole Wheat Bread
You know that bread is full of fiber - but that white bread is so over-processed that the nutrients are pretty much gone. What is the difference between wheat bread and whole wheat bread?

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