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Why Is Everyone Baking Bread?

NOW PLAYING As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds, folks across the country are discovering the joy of bread baking at home. But why bread? It turns out we don’t just bake bread because it’s delicious, but because it helps us connect to one another.

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The Best Gluten-Free Sandwich Breads You Can Buy

What’s easier than a sandwich during the busy back-to-school rush? Well, it’s not so easy if you’re gluten-free. For many, the worst part of learning to live gluten-free is missing out on “real” bread. Gluten-free bread has a bad reputation, but better quality and options are on the rise these days. While seeking out the […]

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Cauliflower Carbs Taste Test: The Best Pizzas, Snacks And More

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that cauliflower carbs are showing up everywhere, from pizza crusts to cheesy puffs. This is a trend that seemingly has no end in sight, according to Bob Nolan, senior vice president of demand science for Conagra Brands, which makes cauli fries, cauli tots, riced cauli and […]

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Consumed: Carbs

While much of the world goes full keto and avoids carbs like they’re the plague, we’re hunkering down into autumn in a veritable cave of breads, pastas, pizzas and more. That’s because this month, we’re going deep on carbs. Want to know how to make the best homemade pasta? Wondering how long you should let […]

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How Many Carbs In A Banana, Slice Of Bread, Apple And More

When we’re talking about carbs, the first foods we tend to think of are bread, pasta and pizza. But carbohydrates are found in a number of healthy foods like fruit and vegetables, and unhealthy foods like lollies, soft drink and fruit juice. While healthy carbs are part of a balanced diet, if you’re watching your […]

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Build Muscle Without Myth: 3 Body Building Beliefs To Avoid

Believe me, after spending many years heavy in the fitness industry, I’ve witnessed more fad fitness trends come and go than I’d like to admit. I’ve also watched many once revered fitness beliefs get debunked and shredded into myth. Sure, it might take time for a fad fitness trend to get busted – but, thanks […]

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Michael Phelps Ate A Pound Of Pasta After Winning Gold In Rio

What do you do after you clinch your 19th Olympic gold medal? Hit the spaghetti bar, of course. Swimming superstar Michael Phelps just might be able to win a medal in competitive eating, too, for the meal he consumed after his epic win on Sunday night. Advertisement Upon returning to the Olympic Village, “I think […]

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Michael Phelps Ate A Pound Of Pasta After Winning Gold In Rio

What do you do after you clinch your 19th Olympic gold medal? Hit the spaghetti bar, of course. Swimming superstar Michael Phelps just might be able to win a medal in competitive eating, too, for the meal he consumed after his epic win on Sunday night. Upon returning to the Olympic Village, “I think I […]

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The Glycemic Index: Are Carbs Friend or Foe?

Most of us have heard of the glycemic index (GI). Even if we’re not familiar with how it works exactly, we know it’s something worth paying attention to when considering our food choices. So what’s it all about? The GI Basics The GI is a measurement tool to analyze food and help encourage healthy eating. […]

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Carbs Part I: The Weight-Loss Industry's Biggest Lie

“I just can’t stay away from sugar!” “My trainer does Paleo….” “I want to lose weight, but I love bread!” For almost a hundred years, low-carb diets have been recycled through our consciousness one bestseller at a time. Need to shed pounds? Cut the carbs. Effective? If so, why does low-carb dieting have the lowest […]

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