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Book Review - Everyday Low Carb Cooking
Everyday Low Carb Cooking is written by Alex Haas - who was the lead cook for the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. It has great food for normal people!
Low Carb Books and Products
Looking to buy something for yourself or someone you love who is on a low carb diet? Just take a look at these fantastic items that are perfect for indulging or gift giving!
Atkins and Low Carb - Isn't it Unhealthy?
If you´re on a low carb diet, undoubtedly one comment you´ve heard from friends and family is that this is an unhealthy, dangerous diet. Science and research have proven that low carb is actually NATURAL.
Ketones, Ketone Bodies, and Ketosis
Low carb diets often involve going into ketosis. What is ketosis? What is ketogenesis? What are ketones and ketone bodies, and are they dangerous to your heath?
McDonalds Launching Healthy Food
McDonalds is working on creating a new, healthy line of foods focussing on salads and non-fatty meals.
Farm Raised Salmon High in PCBs
A new report has found that farm raised salmon are high in PCBs, which cause cancer. The PCB counts are below the FDA maximum, but are above EPA standards.
Eating Breakfast Helps you Lose Weight
Are you skipping breakfast to drop some pounds? Research actually shows that EATING a good breakfast helps you lose weight and stay healthy. Fry up some eggs and learn more!
Blitz Powermints Sugar-Free Mints
Looking for a great mint to freshen your breath and give you a dose of flavor? I was really impressed with the Blitz PowerMints, new from Canada, sweetened with Splenda.
Eating Low Mercury Seafood and Fish
It´s very important to eat a good quantity of fish, for the omega oils they provide. Fish are also usually zero carb, making them perfect for a low carb / Atkins diet. However, watch out for mercury!
Hot Dogs and Lunch Meats Increase Risk of Diabetes
A study from 2002 found that people who ate a lot of lunch meats and hot dogs increased their risk of diabetes up to 46%.
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