Review of "Fry Light, Fry Right!"

Written by Sherri Allen

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Each recipe is accompanied by nutritional analyses comparingrepparttar traditionally-fried dish to its "fried light" counterpart. You will often be amazed byrepparttar 113159 reduction in calories, fat and cholesterol whenrepparttar 113160 dishes are prepared using Magee's techniques.

If you have a health problem that necessitates reducing fat in your diet or if you just want to try a more healthful approach to preparing food, I recommend "Fry Light, Fry Right!" It gives you a great way to eat right without feeling deprived.

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The Mystery of Decaffeinated Coffee

Written by Gary Gresham

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Not all ofrepparttar caffeine is completely removed with any of these current methods. To qualify as decaffeinated coffee inrepparttar 113158 United States, coffee must have at least 97 percent of its caffeine removed.

Coffee beans are decaffeinated before they are roasted because that's when it hasrepparttar 113159 least effect onrepparttar 113160 beans flavor.

The reason decaffeinated coffee costs more is because ofrepparttar 113161 additional labor, equipment and material needed to removerepparttar 113162 caffeine.

So what do they do with all of that caffeine? The extracted caffeine is manufactured and used mostly in medicines and soft drinks.

As an example,repparttar 113163 caffeine content in soft drinks mainly comes fromrepparttar 113164 caffeine extracted from these decaffeination processes. The kola nut accounts for less than 5 percent ofrepparttar 113165 caffeine in cola drinks.

Forrepparttar 113166 past 30 years scientists have done extensive research on coffee andrepparttar 113167 effects of caffeine. New research has even shown that caffeine has many positive effects.

Some of these effects include more energy,repparttar 113168 ability to concentrate better and has even been used as an appetite suppressant.

But not all scientists agree with these findings and coffee andrepparttar 113169 effects of caffeine will continue to be thoroughly researched.

There will always be a market for decaffeinated coffee because some people just love their coffee withoutrepparttar 113170 caffeine buzz.

The rest ofrepparttar 113171 100 million regular coffee drinkers either love their coffee forrepparttar 113172 wonderful flavor or enjoyrepparttar 113173 effects of a caffeine boost. For most of us, I'm sure it's a little of both.

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