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Carb Confusion Ever since the advent of the Atkins diet, there’s been a mind-blowing amount of misinformation, confusion, and over-reaction about carbohydrates in the diet. Can avoiding carbs help you lose weight? ...
Sep 11 2007 3:59am
Mediterranean Diet I happened to be at my semi annual check up when I noticed the literature being given out on Mediterranean Diet and after reading the brochure, I thought it was well worth sharing with Wellsphere ...
Jan 15 2008 10:22pm
I've been looking to try a new diet and I heard that the Mediterranean Diet is much health ... more
Jan 06 2009 2:30pm
Control Your Blood Sugar Here are basic tips to help you control blood sugar: • Prepare lean protein with every meal - protein helps slow the absorption of carbohydrate: Eat lean red meat, skinless turkey & chicken, egg whi ...
Mar 27 2007 10:37am
loser. I am Lois, and i have been on a up,down battle,Actually i lost intrest in my diet, i wanted to eat my mashed potatoes and gravy and chocolate cake, and cheeseburgers, and it failed on me, i am now 230 ...
Jan 09 2010 10:25am
Feb 16 2010 6:06am
List of High Fiber Foods Legumes & Lentils: Dried beans, peas and other legumes including baked beans, kidney beans, split peas, dried limas, garbanzos, lentils, pinto beans and black beans. Green beans, snap beans, pole ...
Mar 26 2011 5:09pm
Texturize your food! World-famous foodie David Rosengarten has recently written about the new trend of emphasizing texture in our foods. We know about eating a variety of foods, including colors. But textures? It's a smar ...
Jul 05 2007 10:49pm
Slow Carbs for a Smaller Belly Wanna reduce belly fat? Eat a diet rich with low glycemic meals (in very general terms, this means low sugar and high fiber). Belly bulge is reportedly strongly connected to a number of nasty ails suc ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Glycemic load vs. glycemic index The glycemic index of a food is the amount you have to eat before it raises your blood sugar. The glycemic load is the amount of carbs times the glycemic index. What difference does that make? We ...
Jan 08 2008 1:00pm
... foods were poison. White bread, white rice, potatoes, white sugar, white pasta - all of i ... more
Jan 08 2008 7:25pm
Fiber Rich Foods   Fiber is a very good source of nutrients for your body. A deficiency may increase a risk of constipation, hemorrhoids, high cholesterol, high blood sugar, obesity, colon cancer and heart dis ...
Dec 05 2008 11:04am
7 grams of fiber per serving seems like a lot for cereal. By the way, what is the diff bet ... more
Dec 09 2008 8:49am
Vegan Barley Bean Vegetable Soup After failing to find a satisfactory vegetarian or vegan recipe for barley + bean + veggie soup, we took bits from here and there, and made up this one. This vegan soup r ...
Mar 20 2008 3:24pm