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Soda Water Nutrition Information
Soda Water is one of those funny liquids. Is it water? Is it a soda? Somehow it must be a combination of those two things, right?
Soda, Caffeine, Calcium and Carbonation
You know that soda really isn't great for you. It is full of chemicals and zero nutrients. As a water provider, the soda's caffeine is a diuretic. But what does the soda do to your calcium levels?
Soda, Health and Obesity
Not long ago, soda was a special treat to be drunk on nights out. Nowadays, 1 out of 10 teenage boys drinks over SEVEN cans of soda each day. Do we wonder why weīre obese?
Soluble vs Insoluble Fiber
Fiber is technically a carbohydrate - but it is not absorbed by your body. That means it's great to eat both soluble and insoluble fiber to keep your system working smoothly. What are the differences between the two?
South Beach Diet Frozen Dinner
I am pretty impressed with some of the South Beach Diet frozen dinners. They are low in calories, low in carbs, and well balanced. I just finished up some of the Savory Beef plate.
South Beach Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Itīs nice to have a tasty snack that isnīt chock-full of sugar and trans fats. These Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies arenīt sugar-free, but they are much better than regular cookies.
Southern Style 20g Day Meal
Here's a down home way to eat that keeps your weight loss going while letting you get some comfort foods into you!
Soy and Fertility Problems
Soy makes a womanīs menstrual cycle longer, and decreases her hormone levels. Many doctors fear this can interfere with a woman hoping to become pregnant.
Soy Bean Nutrition
I realize that a lot of low carbers turn to soy beans as a miracle food. Here is information on the soy bean - as well as some research into its health implications.
Soy Consumption in China and Japan
Proponents of a soy diet often point out that Japanese and Chinese people are healthier than their American counterparts. However, research has found soy does not seem to be why.
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