A very low carbohydrate, Atkins-type diet appears to shift the size of cholesterol particles from small to large, and that is a good thing for the heart, researchers reported here on Monday at the American Heart Association (AHA) meeting. The findings suggests that the diet–in which adherents choose burgers and butter over fruit and pasta–may not be all bad news in terms of heart health. To read the story on the Yahoo.com Web site, please click here:
Amy Dungan presents a few Memorial Day kick-off recipes to get you in the mood for outdoor food! Low-Carb Cajun Chicken Packets, Low-Carb Mixed Veggie Stuffed Burgers, & Low-Carb Spicy Avocado Dip.