Tips For Cooking Low Carb

Written by Lee Dobbins

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4. Use Splenda instead of sugar. Recipes that call for sugar can be modified to use Splenda instead. It is much lighter so you will have to expirement with it and it may not work for everything but if does bake up nice forrepparttar most part.

5. Make great smoothies with low carb yogurt. Ok, well itís not technically cooking, but if you love smoothies you can make them with low carb yogurt and fruit. Just make sure you use fruit that is low in carbs andrepparttar 135457 whole fruit notrepparttar 135458 juice asrepparttar 135459 fiber will help keep downrepparttar 135460 net carbs. Check my site below for a list of low carb fruits. Add a dash of vanilla or flavored syrup torepparttar 135461 smoothie for added flavor.

6. For a great low carb pasta substitute use spaghetti squash. We all know that low carb pasta tastes horrible so why not try a food that is low in carbs and natural too. Cutrepparttar 135462 squash in half and bake at 400 degrees F for about 40 minutes. The squash will scrape out in strings and givesrepparttar 135463 texture and feeling of spaghetti. Trust me, it taste a lot better thanrepparttar 135464 low carb pasta and has about 7 grams carbs per 1 cup serving.

Lee Dobbins is owner and editor of Low Carb Resource a site which features articles on low carb and low glycemic index eating and where you can find a collection of low carb recipes

Effective Weight Loss

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There are also supplements you can take like CLA, Green Tea extract and thermogenic products. Supplements aren'trepparttar magic solution but adding them to a program that contains exercise and good nutrition can be very effective.

A leading health magazine I read also recommends:

1. Drink protein shakes throughoutrepparttar 135397 day (yes, females too) because it will help prevent overeating. Plus, protein is important. Two shakes is good. 2. Get 7-9 hours of sleep to keep your body in top condition. 3. Add whole grains to your diet, like oatmeal and brown rice, because ofrepparttar 135398 fiber they provide.

Ryan Cote is the owner of, a website devoted to Life Force International's whole food supplements that help people take control of their health. Home business opportunity available as well.

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