decarb

decarb

(diːˈkɑːb)
vb (tr)
(Automotive Engineering) an informal short form of decarbonize
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She used a natural diet aid, deCarb and a free online EATERtypes assessment which helped her identify a weakness for carbohydrates and chocolate.
APPEsat is part of the SHAPE.SMART range which includes LIPObind and DEcarb. They are available from Boots, Superdrug, Holland & Barrett, pharmacies and online at www.appesat.co.uk Find out more about your eating habits with an online assessment at www.EATERtypes.co.uk HOW TO CLAIM: Fill out and send the voucher right along with a selfaddressed envelope (A4 or 320mm x 230mm) affixing pounds 1.17 worth of stamps suitable for "packets" to the address printed on the voucher.
APPEsat is part of the SHAPE.SMART range which includes LIPObind and DEcarb, available from Boots, Superdrug, Holland & Barrett, pharmacies and online at www.appesat.co.uk.
Tuna Mayo, cheese, pickle and egg are the most popular fillings, as per a poll by DeCarb - a natural carbohydrate blocker.
According to the company, one such subsidiary, called DeCarb, LLC, is focused solely on producing, marketing and distributing a low-cost, high-efficiency propane fuel substitute that involves "cutting-edge" hydrogen fuel technologies.
The result said that I was an 'Energy Eater' and suggested I try reducing the amount of carbs I eat, as well as trying DEcarb to help me keep my love of starchy carbohydrates in check.