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  • Low Carb (au)
    A site for low carb diet resources and information. Home of the LowcarbOz mailing list, and currently the ONLY website listing sources of low carb food in Australia. Try our fantastic low carb muffin mix - cheapest and tastiest on the Australian market, as well as the lowest in carbs.
  • Lowcarb Oz
    LowcarbOz is the first support group for Australian lowcarbers. It is a free email discussion list that aims to provide mutual support for Australians who are on a low carb diet such as Atkins, protein power, carbohydrate addicts, or the zone.
  • Low Carb Foods in Australia
    Where can I find (in Australia) ketostix? lowcarb pasta? unsweetened chocolate? Atkins products? This handy table summarizes where you can find all of the important low carb products in Australia.
  • Muffin Mix
    Lowcarb Pantry muffin mix is a low carb mix that can be used to make delicious muffins and quickbreads with a very low carb count. It has been designed especially  to avoid raising blood glucose, because blood glucose stimulates an insulin response, which leads to weigh gain. In other words, it won’t cause weight gain, so you can eat these muffins guilt free. For diabetics, they will not cause wild swings of blood sugar, as many other bakery goods do.
  • Easter
    Yes, its the Easter season again.  A joyous religious celebration, and also a time of Easter eggs, and the Easter Bunny. Many of the traditions of Easter have their origins in ancient spring celebrations, and here we take a brief look at those traditions, with an emphasis on Easter foods for a low carb diet.
  • Chocolate Recipes
    A small collection of low carb chocolate recipes. Yes, you CAN have chocolate on a low carb diet! Unsweetened chocolate and cocoa are quite low in carbs. So the secret of low carb chocolate recipes is to keep the other ingredients low carb as well - eg use low carb sweeteners and flours.
  • Low Carb News
    Low carb diets are becoming very popular, and that means they're newsworthy.  Whether its the latest research, a celebrity going on a low carb diet, or food manufacturers talking about the impact on their bottom line, you'll find it here. Check this page regularly, as its constantly updating.
  • Low carb diets
    What  is a low carb diet? A diet can be called 'low carbohydrate' (low carb) if it controls or restricts carbohydrates (starches and sugars). Low carb diets are the 'latest sensation', in a society where so many people have found that low-fat dieting has failed them. Suddenly, it seems as if 'everyone who is anyone' is on some type of low carb diet.
  • top low carb diets
    Overview of the top low carb diets. Atkins, Protein Power, Zone, Carbohydrate Addict's, South Beach - Which low carb diet is for you?
  • getting started
    Four steps for getting started with your low carb diet: choose the program; read the books; buy the food; get support.
  • Low Carb (au)
    A site for low carb diet resources and information. Home of the LowcarbOz mailing list, and currently the ONLY website listing sources of low carb food in Australia. Try our fantastic low carb muffin mix - cheapest and tastiest on the Australian market, as well as the lowest in carbs.
  • Low carb food
    Information about the foods you eat on a low carb diet.  Your diet should concentrate on natural, unprocessed food, including a variety of low carb vegetables.
  • Low carb recipes
    Recipes for a low carb diet. You really do need a variety of low carb meals to help you stay with your low carb diet. Find the recipes that fit your diet, and you're on your way!
  • Low carb - Australia
    Information for Australian low carb dieters.  If you're finding it hard to find special low carb foods or information, check out our pages first!  Australia is still a long way behind the USA for low carb products and services, but if a low carb product is available in Australia, you'll probably find it listed here.
  • Seasons & holidays
    Enjoy your low carb diet throughout the seasons and holidays. Take a look at what other low carb dieters are writing about low carb diets and Christmas, New Year and beyond.
  • add URL
    Add your URL to our index of low carb diet information.
  • FAQ - LowcarbOz
    Low carb diet - Frequently asked questions from LowcarbOz
  • Australian support groups & forums
    Australian low carb diet support forums index
  • Low Carb Food Suppliers - Australia
    There are now a number of businesses selling low carb products in Australia.  Find them in this handy list.
  • History of Easter
    Many of the traditions of Easter have their origins in ancient spring celebrations. In late March on the 20th or 21st, the March Equinox occurs, a day when the geometric centre of the Sun's disk crosses the equator, and is above the horizon for 12 hours, everywhere on the Earth. This traditionally signals the beginning of spring in the Northern hemisphere, and of autumn in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Easter dates
    Originally, Easter was celebrated at the time of the Jewish Passover. Over the years, the Christian church developed its own method of calculating Easter. When the calendar was reformed, the Western churches based their Easter dates on the new Gregorian calendar, while the Eastern churches continued to base their dates on the old, Julian calendar. The table below gives the date of the first full moon after the March Equinox, and the dates of the Jewish Passover and Eastern and Western Easter for the years 2004 - 2010.
  • Easter Eggs
    Most ancient cultures saw eggs as an emblem of life, and many had myths about the universe being born out of a giant egg. Eggs were dyed and eaten in Spring festivals in ancient times over much of Europe and the Middle East. In Christian Europe, eggs continued to be dyed in springtime as part of Easter rituals, although the eggs were now seen as a symbol of the resurrection
  • Easter Foods
    Traditional foods for the Easter feast reflect the Spring season.  White lambs are gamboling in the fields, and roast lamb is part of the traditional Easter feast in many countries. Pork that was slaughtered and cured at the end of  autumn is now ready for eating as ham, and so ham may also appear in a traditional Easter feast.
  • Paskhas
    There are many types of this dish named Paskha, but the general ingredients are the same: farmers' cheese, butter, heavy cream, sugar, eggs and sour creams. The desserts, which have appeared on Russian Easter Day breakfast tables since 17th century, are a traditional treat served to celebrate the end of Lent, breaking the seven-week fast of vegetarian-only foods.
  • Chocolate Crackle Sauce
    Don't you just love it when you pour warm chocolate sauce over icecream and it hardens into a thin chocolate coating? And makes a 'crack' sound when your spoon breaks the surface?..... This is it! - the low carb recipe for chocolate crackle sauce.
  • Chocolate Cake
    Chocolate cake is a classic - dark, moist, inviting. This low carb chocolate cake has an excellent Fat Burning Index™ as well!
  • Chocolate Party Cookies
    Choc chip cookies are a classic that many people miss on a low carb diet. But here is a low carb version using nut flour
  • Low Carb Chocolate
    There's no food that stirs the passions like chocolate.  Whether its dark, white, or in between, chocolate is one of the all-time favorite foods and flavours. And YES!  You CAN eat chocolate on a low carb diet!  Of course, you need to find a sugar-free chocolate that uses a low carb sweetener.
  • what is low carb
    Low carb diets are the latest sensation, in a society where so many people have found that low-fat dieting has failed them. Suddenly, it seems as if everyone who is anyone is on some type of low carb diet. But what is a low carb diet? A diet can be called low carbohydrate (low carb) if it controls or restricts carbohydrates (starches and sugars).
  • Atkins Diet
    Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution is the best selling low carb diet, and its been around the longest. The Atkins diet is designed for faster weight loss (although it doesn't work that way for everyone) and its the lowest in carbohydrates of the top low carb diets. There are many misconceptions about the Atkins diet rules and about what Atkins really said. Many people who claim to be 'doing Atkins' are way off beam. Read his books, especially Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution, to be sure you're doing Atkins the right way.
  • Carb Addict's Diet
    Some people find the Carbohydrate Addict's Diet an easier low carb diet, because it doesn't require carbohydrate counting, and because it allows high carbohydrate foods at the main meal.
  • Protein Power
    Protein Power gives the best explanation of the importance of protein in the diet, and also of the importance of fiber, and why you don't have to count fiber carbs. Similar to Atkins, but without the emphasis on ketosis / lypolysis. Protein Power is the best book to buy if you're interested in the scientific explanation of how low carbohydrate diets work.
  • The South Beach Diet
    The South Beach diet is fast rising in popularity. Based on the glycemic index, the South Beach diet is only moderately low in carbs, making it an easier diet for many people to live with. The Low Carb (au)'s South Beach diet information pages have been grouped into two sections: NEWS - all the buzz - news stories, blogs and journals; INFORMATION - books, videos, recipes, support
  • Zone diet
    TheZone diet was originally designed for athletes. It recommends a 40-30-30 balance of carbohydrates, fats & protein every time you eat, making it the highest in carbohydrates of the top low carb diets. It is one of the more complicated low carb diets to plan for. If you're a keen Zone dieter, you'll really appreciate owning a small collection of Zone recipe books, to simplify the meal planning process.
  • Carb Counters
    If you're counting carbs, you really do need a ready reference - whether its a carbohydrate counter book or software, or both, is really your preference. Hint: most Low Carb (au)thors now agree that you don't need to count fiber carbs, because they're not digested. Check whether the book or software makes it easy to subtract the fiber carbs, or has subtracted them for you already.
  • Atkins books
    Atkins remains the most popular of the low carb diets. Perhaps because of this, there are many misconceptions about the Atkins diet rules and about what Atkins really said. Many people who claim to be 'doing Atkins' are way off beam. Read his books, especially Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution, to be sure you're doing Atkins the right way.
  • Protein Power diet books
    Protein Power gives the best explanation of the importance of protein in the diet, and also of the importance of fiber, and why you don't have to count fiber carbs. Similar to Atkins but without the emphasis on ketosis / lypolysis.
  • Zone Diet books
    The Zone diet is one of the more complicated low carb diets to plan for. If you're a keen Zone dieter, you'll really appreciate owning a small collection of Zone books, to simplify the meal planning process.
  • CAD books
    Some people find CAD an easier low carb diet, because it doesn't require carbohydrate counting, and because it allows high carbohydrate foods at the main meal. If you're thinking of trying the Carbohydrate Addict's Diet (CAD), you really do need to read both the book and its sequel the Carbohyrate Addict's Lifespan Program (CALP). A list of CAD and CALP books follows - click on the title or image for more information about the book.
  • Low-Carb Cookbook
    A low carb cookbook by an established food writer - this remains one of the best low carb cookbooks on the market. Written for the Protein Power low carb diet, but adaptable to any low carb diet, this book contains some absolutely wonderful recipes.
  • Zone Meals in Seconds
    The Zone diet was originally designed for athletes. It recommends a 40-30-30 balance of carbohydrates, fats and protein every time you eat, making it the highest in carbohydrates of the top low carb diets. It is also one of the more complicated low carb diets to plan for. If you're a keen Zone dieter, you'll really appreciate owning Zone Meals in Seconds, to simplify the meal planning process.
  • Carb Addict's Lifespan Program
    If you're planning on doing CAD, be sure to read this book as well, where the Hellers explain exactly what they mean by a balanced reward meal - this is really the key to success with the Carbohydrate Addict's diet.
  • Gave up lowfat
    If you're still not sure which low carb diet to try first then this is the book for you!  It gives you the lowdown on the most popular low carb diets.
  • Secret to Success
    The Secret to Low Carb Success is an invaluable resource for anyone on a low carb diet. It is an excellent compilation of all the best low carb advice, including a comparison of the different low carb diets. It is particularly helpful in advising how to tweak your low carb diet when your weight loss stalls. Highly recommended resource for the low carb lifestyle.
  • low carb books
    Low carb diet books - check out the books for the top low carb diets. You definitely need to buy the book for the low carb diet that you have selected. Web pages can be very informative, but they don't tell you the whole story.
  • The Carbohydrate Debate
    The Glycemic Index (GI) measures how quickly blood sugar rises after ingesting a food with carbohydrates. Eating a diet full of foods that have been rated with a high GI may contribute to an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease.
  • Fat Burning Index
    The FAT BURNING INDEX™ is a tool describing the potential influence of various foods on lipolysis - burning the body's fat for fuel. We use the standard ketogenic ratio approach to calculate it. The higher the index, the more body's fat can (potentially) be burnt. To lose body fat, one should eat foods with Fat Burning Index™ greater than 1.5. Only then the body will recognize its own fat as fuel and burn it. We use this technique to make our dieters lose fat without watching portions and counting calories, fats, or carbohydrates.
  • Low Carb Recipe Books
    You really do need a variety of low carb meals to help you stay with your low carb diet. Find the recipe books that fit your diet, and you're on your way!
  • Eat Real Foods
    You should eat real food on yout low carb diet. Low carb Food should be mostly natural, unprocessed food.  You should concentrate on having adequate protein and fibre in your diet.
  • Cheese & Calcium
    Americans, especially teenage girls, women, and older adults, need to eat more foods that contain calcium. It is estimated that more than 80 percent of young women and teenage girls are not consuming enough calcium. And the time for greatest bone growth, which requires lots of calcium, begins in the teen years and extends to age 35.
  • Pesto Cheese Wreath
    Pesto cheese wreath - Christmas recipe for low carb dieters. This is to die for and VERY impressive!
  • Dr Bernstein's Diabetes Solution
    If you're diabetic, you really owe it to yourself to read Dr Bernstein's Diabetes Solution. Dr Bernstein is a 'type one' diabetic who became a diabetes specialist. He has been able to prevent, and sometimes reverse diabetic complications with an approach that tightly controls the diabetic's blood sugar readings, using a low carbohydrate diet.
  • Sth Bch support
    Having a good support group can make the difference between success and failure on  the South Beach diet. Check out the support groups on this page to find the group thats right for you.
  • Christmas
    Low carb Christmas - Santa goes low carb.
  • New Year - low carb
    New Year is the time to commit or recommit to your low carb diet.  While you're making your New Year's resolutions, check out the low carb bloggers parties!
  • Valentine's Day
    Yes, its that time of year again - Valentine's Day is on the way, with thoughts of love, romance, hearts, flowers ....and chocolates! But low carb dieters needn't despair - there are a variety of low carb chocolate solutions available. To get into the mood, read through our collection of articles on Valentine's Day, its origins and romantic traditions. Then check out our chocolate pages!
  • Low Carb (au)
    A site for low carb diet resources and information. Home of the LowcarbOz mailing list, and currently the ONLY website listing sources of low carb food in Australia. Try our fantastic low carb muffin mix - cheapest and tastiest on the Australian market, as well as the lowest in carbs.
  • Low Carb Diet books
    You can judge the popularity of low carb diets by the number of low carb books on the market, and by the number of new low carb books coming on stream. This page lists all of the low carb books available through Amazon. - Yes, all of the books on one huge list. There may be some gems here - take a look!
  • Carb Track software
    Carb Track - low carb diet tracking software for Atkins diet and other low carb diets. Track your carbohydrate intake and your progress
  • South Beach bestseller
    The South Beach Diet made the New York Times Bestseller list the first week of publication and has been #1 for the last five consecutive weeks. Out of the 15 weeks it has been on the list, the book has appeared at number 1 seven times.
  • South Beach diet news
    Check out references to the South Beach diet in the news. This page is constantly updating, so check back often.
  • South Beach diet weblogs
    Check out what South Beach dieters are writing in their weblogs. This page is constantly updating, and can cover a variety of entries from the banal to the fascinating, so check back often!
  • South Beach Diet book
    The South Beach Diet; is becoming popular. Its somewhat higher in carbs than the other low carb diets - so much so, that its author claims that its not low carb at all! - Technically, you could call it a 'moderate carb diet'. Many people find this diet easier to handle, because its a bit more generous with the carbs.
  • South Beach Diet books
    The South Beach diet is becoming popular. It's not quite as low carb as Atkins, which, for many people, makes it a bit easier to follow. Be sure to read the book first!
  • South Beach Diet Video
    A Virtual Personal Trainer to help you get maximum benefit from the South Beach Diet. Someone to help you follow it properly (avoid the number 1 reason people fail), and give you all those little tips you need to succeed.
  • South Beach Diet recipes
    Part of the secret for diet success is a good collection of recipes! The recipes in the book are fine to begin with , but, as time moves on, you need a greater variety of recipes to help you stay on the diet. Some of the best South Beach diet recipe collections are listed below. Note that most South Beach diet support groups also provide recipe collections.
  • Sth Bch Cookbook
    There are many misconceptions about the Atkins diet rules and about what Atkins really said. Many people who claim to be 'doing Atkins' are way off beam. Read his books, especially Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution, to be sure you're doing Atkins the right way.
  • South Beach Diet Mistakes
    The South Beach Diet works, for most people. Its low fat, low carb approach helps you lose weight quickly and easily. Health benefits are great too. But there's some easy mistakes you must avoid.
  • Tips About Eggs
    We have heard and read many facts and findings about eggs. Sometimes we hear that eggs are good for us and other times we hear that eggs can create health problems. We have found a few facts and tips about eggs which you might find helpful and beneficial.
  • History of Chocolate
    The Aztecs associated chocolate with Xochiquetzal, the goddess of fertility. In the New World, chocolate was consumed in a drink called xocoatl, often seasoned with vanilla, chili pepper, and pimento. Xocoatl was believed to fight fatigue, a belief that is probably attributable to the caffeine content. Chocolate was an important luxury good throughout Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, and cocao beans were often used as currency. Other chocolate drinks combined it with such edibles as maize gruel and honey.
  • Health Benefits of Chocolate
    Good news. Research says you can have your cake and eat it, too. As long as that cake is chocolate. Chocolate contains vitamins A, B1, C, D, and E, as well as potassium, sodium, iron, and fluorine. Now, researchers say those creamy chocolate confections may actually help us live longer, too.
  • Dark Chocolate
    If your diet is making you a humbug this season, there’s some good news. Turns out dark chocolate, that decadent confection, may actually be good for you! So just for fun, I thought I’d conduct a mini-research project of my own and get the “skinny” on our friend dark chocolate. Here’s some of the interesting “factoids” I came up with:
  • Chocolate: Did You Know?
    Most people enjoy chocolate and agree that it tastes wonderful, yet they also have misconceptions about its effect on health. Here are some facts about chocolate that you may not know.
  • Chocolate Secrets
    Chocolate in many ways, shapes and forms is loved by many people. Do you feel guilty about eating chocolate - when you enjoy rolling this sweet brown or white flavor over your tongue? Well, perhaps when you read about the perks that chocolate brings, you may enjoy chocolate’s many forms.
  • Chicken Enchiladas
    Chicken Enchiladas - Its a low carb California Christmas Fiesta! We low carbers tend to think that Mexican food is “off limits”... NOT!
  • Spiced Almonds
    Spiced almonds Christmas recipe for low carb dieters. Sweet nibbles for Christmas parties.
  • Egg Paskha Recipe
    There are many types of this dish named Paskha, but the general ingredients are the same: farmers' cheese, butter, heavy cream, sugar, eggs and sour creams. The desserts, which have appeared on Russian Easter Day breakfast tables since 17th century, are a traditional treat served to celebrate the end of Lent, breaking the seven-week fast of vegetarian-only foods.
  • Lemon Paskha Recipe
    There are many types of this dish named Paskha, but the general ingredients are the same: farmers' cheese, butter, heavy cream, sugar, eggs and sour creams. The desserts, which have appeared on Russian Easter Day breakfast tables since 17th century, are a traditional treat served to celebrate the end of Lent, breaking the seven-week fast of vegetarian-only foods.
  • Baked Paskha Recipe
    There are many types of this dish named Paskha, but the general ingredients are the same: farmers' cheese, butter, heavy cream, sugar, eggs and sour creams. The desserts, which have appeared on Russian Easter Day breakfast tables since 17th century, are a traditional treat served to celebrate the end of Lent, breaking the seven-week fast of vegetarian-only foods.
  • Color Me Easter
    Making spring a little more colorful can be easy and fun with beautifully dyed Easter eggs. Coloring eggs with friends and family around the kitchen table is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the season and bring back childhood memories.
  • Tips for Coloring Easter Eggs
    Spring brings the time-honored tradition of dyeing Easter eggs with family and friends. It’s an activity everyone can enjoy and is easy to do.
  • Low Carb Christmas Goodie Swap
    Have a fun low carb Christmas with a low carb Christmas goodie swap - the perfect way to begin your holiday festivities!
  • Low Carb resolutions for New Year
    Blog notes on low carb resolutions for New Year. Check out what low-carbers are writing in their weblogs about their resolutions and goals.  This page constantly changes and you may be surprised at what you see!
  • About Valentine's Day
    On February 14th of each year, lovers celebrate their love on Valentine's Day. This is the day that lovers exchange gifts and affection to prove their devotion to each other.
  • Where it came from
    Just as soon as the stores put away their Christmas merchandise, out comes the Valentine’s Day items — even though Valentine’s is still more than six weeks away. I don’t know why, but it always takes me by surprise to see Valentine’s Day merchandise so soon after Christmas. I’ve always wondered where Valentine’s Day came from, and under those circumstances, a person could be forgiven for thinking it was invented to create more business when Christmas is over. But no, after a little research, I discovered that Valentine’s is not a holiday that was invented by greeting card companies to sell more greeting cards or by candy companies to sell more candy or by florists to sell more roses.
  • History of Valentine's Day
    Valentines Day is one of the most enigmatic of holidays, having appeared in many forms. But all “Valentine’s Days” have drawn suspicion. In fact, after hundreds of years of attempted reform, Christian observance came to an end when the Catholic Church purged St. Valentine’s Day from its calendar in 1969. Still, the holiday continues to inspire an annual avalanche of cards, not to mention the mass consumption of chocolates, flowers and sometimes, pricier presents. What do we commemorate when we celebrate Valentine’s Day?
  • Ways to be Romantic
    I invite you to think of Valentine's Day as Focus on Love Day, as opposed to Hurt About Lack of Love Day or Ignore Being Single Day. Below you will find ways to make your Focus on Love Day extraordinarily romantic, whether you are in a long-term relationship, dating, or are single.
  • Ten tips for Valentine's Day
    The Valentine’s Day gift you choose for your loved one and how you decide to spend the day says a lot about the quality of your relationship, so give something that has real meaning to you. Gifts from the heart don’t have to be expensive. Since the traditional gifts of flowers or chocolates don’t last forever, here are ten creative ways to express your love.
  • Key to Romance
    Valentine’s Day is approaching, and everyone from devoted spouses to secret crushes will be seeking the right gift for that special someone. Sharing a bottle of wine usually makes for an amorous evening. But, what’s the perfect wine for your Valentine?
  • Keep the beauty
    A gift of red roses is one of the most popular tokens of affection exchanged each Valentine’s Day. You can keep the memory of this lovely gesture alive all year long by preserving your roses. Whether used in arrangements, wreaths, or even as potpourri, dried flowers can be enjoyed for months, or even years.
  • Rethinking Romance
    It's time we rethink our notion of romance. It's not about silk underwear or Godiva chocolate or booking a babysitter for a night on the town. Romance is best realized with the small attentions: Phone calls during the day. Good night kisses that linger into dreams. The effort it takes to listen - really listen - to one another even over rowdy preschoolers.
  • Cupid's Arrow: bent not broken
    Valentine’s Day is a touchy subject with me. It is not that my husband forgets to honor our love on that day. In fact, he is better at remembering Valentine’s Day than he is at remembering our anniversary. Perhaps I should consider making our anniversary a National Hallmark holiday with lots of billboards and other advertising to help the poor guy recall the day we became husband and wife. No matter. We have Cupid’s celebration for which he can ramp up his adoration for me.
  • Dose of Romance
    Ah, Valentine's Day. Here you come again. Urging me to be romantic. Telling me that if I buy my wife a dozen roses, a box of chocolates, a Hallmark card and dinner at a fancy restaurant, she may keep me around for another year. You say that good romance, lavished on the right woman, can be just as effective as bribery. Perhaps you're right, but I have a few questions:
  • Weight Loss
    Low carb diets are currently one of the most popular approaches to weight loss. But there are certainly a variety of complementary and competing weight loss approaches. We firmly believe that there is no one diet that is best for everyone all of the time. So do check out the alternatives to find an approach that will work for you.
  • Devilled Eggs
    Spice up any summer barbeque or pot luck supper with these classic deviled eggs.
  • SW Devilled Eggs
    Spices from the Southwest provide a flavor twist to an old traditional favorite. These deviled eggs are not just for picnics!
  • Springtime Frittata
    It’s easy to create a special holiday or weekend brunch. Cilantro complements the eggs, ham, zucchini, and Gruyere cheese, to make this a memorable meal. For an added treat, substitute prosciutto for regular ham.
  • Chocolate
    Chocolate is a common ingredient in many kinds of sweets -- one of the most popular in the world -- made from the fermented, roasted, and ground seeds of the tropical cacao tree Theobroma cacao. Dictionaries refer to this cacao substance as
  • Seasons & holidays
    Enjoy your low carb diet throughout the seasons and holidays. Take a look at what other low carb dieters are writing about low carb diets and Christmas, New Year and beyond.
  • Low Carb Christmas in the Blogoshphere
    Blog notes on a low carb Christmas. Take a peek at what low-carbers are writing in their web logs in anticipation of Christmas. This page constantly changes and may contain some strange twists and surprises!
  • Low Carb parties for New Year
    Blog notes on a low carb parties for New Year. Take a peek at what lowcarbers are writing in their web logs in anticipation of parties in the new year. This page constantly changes and may contain some strange twists and surprises!

 

 

 

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