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BY MARTICA HEANER ON 4/12/2012 10:00:00 AM
POSTED IN body, weight, healthy ways to lose weight, eating, healthy eating 101, how to cut out junk food, health, nutrition
People think that you need to totally cut carbs out of your diet to be healthy. I am here to tell you that does not help. First of all there are very few foods that have no carbs. Meats, water, lettuce and most diet beverages have no carbs, but totally avoiding carbs is impossible unless you only eat or drink these items. Let's set one thing straight about Carbohydrates, a carbohydrate is a unit of energy. Sure there are foods that have a lot of carbs, which you should only eat once in a while. Over all you need carbs to survive. But next time, if you have a choice between deep dish pizza and thin crust, go for the thin crust, it'll be just as tasty as the deep dish, but it won't leave you feeling like a glutonus pig.
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by kpianoplayer on 5/12/2012 1:07:58 PM
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