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Getting Bored with Low Carb
If you find yourself getting bored with low carb, it's not the diet - it's your recipe book! There are literally *thousands* of low carb recipes. You could eat a new dish every day for years.
Gin and Ginger Cocktail Recipe
Looking for a delicious, low carb cocktail recipe? Gin and Ginger is a classic - simply make it with a Splenda-sweetened ginger ale!
Gin and Tonic Cocktail Recipe
Gin and tonic is a classic cocktail recipe. However, tonic water is notoriously high in carbs. Can you make a low carb version?
Ginger Salad Dressing Recipe
Ginger Salad Dressing is a great way to liven up any salad. The ingredients are fresh and nutritious, and the taste is great! It blends in about 30 seconds.
Girl Scout Sugar Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
I grew up loving girl scout cookies. Is it possible to eat Girl Scout cookies and maintain a healthy lifestyle? Luckily, there are now sugar-free chocolate chip cookies from the Girl Scouts!
Glaucoma Diabetes and Low Carb
If you're overweight or have diabetes, you're at serious risk for glaucoma. This eye disease can cause you to lose your eyesight.
Glazed Baby Carrots with Chervil Recipe
Baby carrots are chock full of nutrition, but have a much milder flavor than adult, hard carrots do. This is a great comfort food style treat.
Glycemic Index - Definition
The glycemic index of a food is in essence how quickly the body absorbs the sugars found in food. Examples of foods with high glycemic indexes are white potatoes and white bread.
Glycemic Index Study - Feb 2006
A study on the value of the Glycemic Index of food, released in February 2006, claims that there is no correlation between the glycemic index and blood sugar levels. Let's evaluate this study.
Glycemic Load - Definition
While the glycemic index simply says how quickly the sugars in a food get into your fat cells, the glycemic load takes into account how MUCH sugar is in a food to do this.
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