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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Compiled and presented by culinary expert George Stella, "The Complete Low-Carb Cookbook" is a very nicely illustrated, 224 page compendium showcasing an impressive diversity of 'kitchen cook friendly' recipes for low-carb diets.
This groundbreaking book shows women how a balanced diet based on low-carb whole foods helped Franziska lose weight and both look and feel better at almost 50 than she did when she was in her 30s.
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.
The nation's short-lived affair with low-carb confectionery has reached an end as confectioners begin to ditch their offerings and the multiples de-list the products.
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.
95), says the information about alcoholic beverages found in many popular low-carb diet books and websites is usually misleading or incorrect.
Both beat the Low-Carb Broccoli & Cheese Soup, which probably delivers at least half a day's saturated fat.