low-carb


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low-carb

 (lō′kärb′)
adj.
Having fewer carbohydrates than what is standard or typical: a low-carb diet.
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In "The Top 100 Low-Carb Recipes" she has compiled a culinary collection that will prove to be an essential meal planning reference for anyone who is interested in controlling their weight by cutting down their intake of carbohydrates.
Robert Atkins popularized the low-carb, high-fat approach in the seventies and has become increasingly popular for weight loss.
The Low-Carb Fraud comes from a leader in nutritional science who outlines how the popular proponents of a low-carb diet are failing, and provides a critical assessment of the belief that carbohydrates are bad.
The challenge of the blog “Delicious Low Carb” is to show that a low-carb diet doesn't mean you have fewer menu options.
Melbourne, Dec 10 (ANI): A poll has revealed that the low-carb beer "myth" has duped Australian drinkers.
Based on a review of five randomized controlled trials comparing low-fat and low-carb diets, Dr.
Across all studies, the 222 participants in the low-carb diet groups were permitted a carbohydrate intake of no more than 60 g/day but had no calorie restrictions.
The low-carb version, the same thing without the bun, has about 250 less calories than the typical hamburger.
The Complete Idiot's Guide To Quick & Easy Low-Carb Meals
Well, mark your calendars, because the low-carb craze appears all but dead.
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