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by Nate Miyaki – 9/21/2011 Advice doesn’t have to be complicated to be effective. The simpler the advice, the more likely it will be applied in the real world, thus the more likely it will produce the desired result.
Living Light Culinary Institute, a gourmet tender food  culinary propagandize attracting students from some-more than 50 countries around a world, has teamed adult with Rick Dina, D.C. and Karin Dina, D.C
Pretty soon, we’re going to start seeing nutrition labels on restaurant menus. And when T.G.I. Friday’s and Applebee’s menus start look a little more like their packaged food counterparts, will everyone start making better decisions about their apple pies and sugary margaritas
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A panel of 22 health experts including Doctors, registered nutritionists and specialists in diabetes, heart health, human behavior, and weight loss, reviewed detailed assessments prepared by U.S. News of 20 diets. The experts rated each diet in seven categories, including short- and long-term weight loss, ease of compliance, safety, and nutrition.
In the seemingly endless battle we face against dietary dogma in modern times, it can sometimes feel like we in the low-carb blogging community are merely lonely voices flailing around out here in the barren wilderness with no signs of civilization within sight. But now I sense that the proverbial smoke signals we’ve been sending up into the air about healthy high-fat, low-carb living over the past few years are beginning to crack into the mainstream of ideas regarding nutrition and healthy living thanks to the message of Gary Taubes  and others who are bridging the gap between the scientists and the educated consumer. A groundswell is happening behind-the-scenes amongst some of the biggest names in research and medicine which will bubble up to the surface in due course (and I’ll be here to report on it when it does!).
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