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Learning more about carbohydrates, how to maintain a diet with them


Learning more about carbohydrates, how to maintain a diet with them

WMTV - October 21, 2018

Learning more about carbohydrates, how to maintain a diet with them There's lots of talk and old and new diets with the focus on lowering or avoiding carbohydrate ...

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Dr. Zorba Paster: Vegetarian diet has benefits
Madison.com, Wisconsin - November 23, 2018

I’m an omnivore. I eat everything. I love food — all kinds. These days, my diet has improved from the meat-and-potatoes, always-liver-on-Thursdays approach my mom thought was healthy for us. That was the thinking back in the 1950s. Now my diet aspires ...

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Dr. Zorba Paster: Vegetarian diet has benefits
Madison.com, Wisconsin - November 23, 2018

I’m an omnivore. I eat everything. I love food — all kinds. These days, my diet has improved from the meat-and-potatoes, always-liver-on-Thursdays approach my mom thought was healthy for us. That was the thinking back in the 1950s. Now my diet aspires ...

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Lower the carbs for a delicious, diet-friendly Thanksgiving
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin - November 8, 2018

There is perhaps no time when food is a greater embodiment of love than on Thanksgiving. Cooks spend countless hours planning, shopping for, cooking and serving a meal to those nearest and dearest to their hearts.The meal itself lasts mere minutes, but the memories ...

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Vegan diet is good for the planet -- Julie Fitzpatrick
Madison.com, Wisconsin - November 5, 2018

I was encouraged to see an article about the need to boost efforts to remove greenhouse gases from our atmosphere, but disappointed that it failed to mention the simplest and most effective action any person can take: choose to eat a plant-based diet. More ...

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It's not the (hot) dog days of summer; how to get back on track nutritionally
Green Bay Press Gazette, Wisconsin - August 24, 2018

Kim Dart Elsing, For USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin Published 1:42 p.m. CT Aug. 24, 2018Don’t let the dog days of summer include the slow degradation of your nutritional plan.While summer includes a lot of fun events like cookouts, weekends up north ...

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