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Snack Frequently and Wisely
The key to any healthy eating plan is to keep your body in a constant flow of nutrients and energy. Balance is key - you are aiming not to overload your system while also not allowing a deficit to occur.
SnackWell's CarbWell Fudge Covered Grahams
I used to be a big fan of Deluxe Grahams, full of chocolate and sugar. I´m happy to say that the CarbWell cookies taste very similar, and only have 3g per cookie!
SnackWell's CarbWell Fudge Striped Shortbread
Nabisco is definitely on the low carb wagon. Their fudge striped shortbread cookies are buttery and smooth, with just the right amount of chocolate.
So I Need to Lose 15 Pounds
Shiho Torii is a Japanese manga (comic book) author who decided to keep a running blog for 5 months on her attempts to lose 15 pounds. This ends up to be a very funny look at how universal weight loss and stress really are.
Sobe Lifewater Fuji Apple Pear Drink
Sobe Lifewater Fuji Apple Pear Drink is zero calories, 6g carbs, with no artificial sweeteners for its 8oz serving. It seems pretty ideal as a water alternative!
Soda Club Soda Machine
If you drink soda at all in your household - or make cocktails with soda - you really owe it to yourself to look into a Soda Club soda machine. The environmental savings in plastic bottles alone is phenomonal!
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 we´re 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?
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