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Miller Lite Low Carb Beer
There´s a saying, you get what you pay for. Miller Lite is only 3.2g of carbs - but it is also MUCH more watery than the beer with 5g of carbs per bottle.
Milwaukee's Best Light Low Carb Beer
Milwaukee´s Best Light Low Carb Beer has only 3.5g carbs per serving. If you enjoy a beer that´s a bit on the bitter side, this one could be for you.
Minute Maid Light - Guava Citrus
I´m thrilled that Minute Maid has come out with a Light drink and that McDonalds carries this. It´s flavorful, fresh, caffeine free and low calorie!
Mio Breeze Heart Rate Watch
Get rid of those bulky, uncomfortable chest straps! We finally have a way to determine our heart rate that is quick, easy and portable. This wristwatch lets you find out your current heart rate with just a quick two-finger push.
Mio Drive Heart Rate Monitor Watch
I do a variety of exercises including Wii dancing and other outdoor activities. While I do wear a heart strap for many of them, some of them can be tricky with a heart strap. So I was very interested in what the Mio Drive heart rate monitor watch offered.
Mio Mango Peach Water Flavor
Mio Mango Peach Water Flavor comes in a handy small package that lets you instantly add sugar-free, calorie-free flavor to any water. You can use it at the gym, at work, in a restaurant, you name it.
Mio Peach Tea Water Flavoring
Mio Peach Tea Water Flavoring comes in a handy small package that lets you instantly add sugar-free, calorie-free flavor to any water. You can use it at the gym, at work, in a restaurant, you name it.
Miso Soup Mix Comparison
There are many miso soup packets on the market now. I´m a big fan of miso soup, although you should eat soy in small quantities. How do they compare?
Mojito Cocktail Recipe
Mojitos are popular Cuban style drinks involving rum, lime and mint.
Monoglycerides and Diglycerides
Monoglycerides and diglycerides are commonly added to food items to help them mix together properly. They are considered "lipids".
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