Review: Valor Sugar Free Dark Chocolate

CarbSmart Magazine June 2013

To Market, To Market: Valor Sugar Free Dark Chocolate by Dana Carpender from CarbSmart Magazine Issue 4. Do you believe that sugar-free chocolate can never taste like the good stuff? Prepare to be amazed.

Book Review: Wheat Belly Cookbook by Dr. William Davis

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Living wheat free takes a little work, which is why Dr. Davis has written a companion cookbook titled Wheat Belly Cookbook – 150 Recipes to Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health. Cookbook review by Amy Dungan.

Review of Eat, Fast and Live Longer by Michael Mosley

May 2013 Issue of CarbSmart Magazine

Review: Eat, Fast and Live Longer by Michael Mosley, written by Amy Dungan in the May 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine.   Review: Eat, Fast and Live Longer by Michael Mosley, written by Amy Dungan from CarbSmart Magazine Issue 3. Read the full article in the May 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine available in iTunes. Available in: Subscribe to our email newsletter for updated details. 0 positive user reviews     0 negative user reviews.

Review Of Rich Food Poor Food by Jason Calton and Mira Calton

May 2013 Issue of CarbSmart Magazine

Review: Rich Food Poor Food by Jason Calton and Mira Calton, written by Dana Carpender in the May 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine.   Review: Rich Food Poor Food by Jason Calton and Mira Calton, written by Dana Carpender from CarbSmart Magazine Issue 3. Read the full article in the May 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine available in iTunes. Available in: Subscribe to our email newsletter for updated details. 0 positive user reviews     0 negative user reviews.

Review Of Swerve

May 2013 Issue of CarbSmart Magazine

Market To Market: Swerve Review by Dana Carpender in the May 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine.   Market To Market: Swerve review by Dana Carpender from CarbSmart Magazine Issue 3. Read the full article in the May 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine available in iTunes. Available in: Subscribe to our email newsletter for updated details. 0 positive user reviews     0 negative user reviews.

Review: Green Mountain Gringo Salsa by Amy Dungan

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I’m a Mexican food fanatic. This is a bit unfortunate considering all the rice, beans, corn and flour products used in most Mexican recipes. Learning to adjust, I’ve gladly dug the good stuff out of taco salads, fajitas and chimichangas when dining out. Of course I prefer cooking my favorite dishes at home, where I always know exactly what I’m getting and I can make suitable substitutions when needed. One item I’ve always thought made these recipes perfect was salsa. I love a good salsa and I’ve always felt you can’t beat the home-made stuff. The fresh ingredients and spices bring out a taste that canned salsa’s can’t begin to compete with. At least that’s the way I used to think. Now I’m a believer that you can acquire the home-made taste of healthy fresh ingredients from a jar.

Review: AriZona Sugar Free Lemonade Mix Amy Dungan

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If you like lemonade, you’ll love Arizona Sugar Free Lemonade Stix. Lots of great lemon flavor without the all the self-destructive guilt you’ll get from drinking regular lemonade. It’s a simple as opening a package and dumping it into your favorite 16 or 20 ounce water bottle. Shake it well and you’ll get a delicious drink, not to mention a little arm exercise. (Water bottles and drink mixes – the original shake-weight-thingy.) It mixes well with cold water, so you don’t have to worry about gritty chunks, and in the 16 ounce bottles it’s got just enough twang to make you pucker a bit. In my family we believe if lemonade doesn’t make you look like a sucker fish, it’s not good. If you like your lemonade a little weaker than this, you should stick with the 20 ounce water bottles.

Review: Belly Fat Cure Sugar & Carb Counter by Amber Allen-Sauer

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Jorge Cruise’s latest book is a companion guide to the Belly Fat Cure. The book is small, 5×7 inches and slim. It’s the perfect size to keep in your bag for shopping and dining out. This book was really necessary, since most nutritional value books don’t list the sugar content, a sure sign that most people are not concerned with their sugar intake.

Meet Diana Lee

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Diana Lee never intended to write a cookbook. All she wanted to do was be able to provide her family with sugar free, low carbohydrate muffins, cookies, sweet rolls, cakes, and pies. Through her participation in a number of Internet low carbohydrate support lists, Diana became aware that many people longed for just the types of recipes she was developing, and Baking Low Carb was born. (Click here: Baking Low Carb).