Hypoglycemic / Low Sugar Plan by eDiets

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* Helps stabilize blood sugar
* Helps control cravings for sweets
* Reduces mood swings & hunger
* Personalized weekly meal plans
* "Print & Go" shopping lists

* Cereal with milk & walnuts, toast with jelly & fruit
* Chicken rolls in mushroom sauce, rice pilaf & fruit & salad
* Grilled marinated steak with broccoli cheese potato & fruit
* Whole-wheat pretzels with club soda

Sugar: How Much Is Too Much?

What's the bottom line on sugar? Well, it's certainly contributing to the expanding "bottoms" of Americans!

Americans eat on average more than 160 pounds of sugar a year. That's too much! More than 61 percent of adult Americans and 14 percent of children are overweight. More than 37 percent of adults are obese, and the U.S. Surgeon General has declared obesity an epidemic, directly contributing to over 300,000 deaths annually.

(Excerpt from Sugar: How Much Is Too Much? Article by Susan L. Burke, MS, RD/LD, CDE eDiets Director of Nutrition Services)

Sweet Victory: 10 Ways To Kick The Sugar Habit

eDiets.com's favorite energy coach Pamela Smith is ready to put you sugar junkies through her own personal rehab. You can check in any time you like. But the sooner you swallow her advice, the quicker you'll kick the sugar habit.

"Our blood sugar is one of the most powerful influences on our well-being, our ability to lose weight, and our appetite. From a chemical perspective, regulating bloods sugar levels is the most effective way to release our energy and fat-burning capacity.

"When our blood sugars are up and even, but not too high, we are brimming with energy and vitality and our appetite is in control. When the levels are bouncing widely and wildly, our energy, mood, memory, clarity of though and overall performance is apt to rise and fall along with them.

"Too much sugar and refined carbohydrates is a drain on anyone's energy metabolism, and a serious one for people with sensitive blood sugar responses. Your healthy goal is to learn the impact that food has on you -- and the dependency you may have on it...

(Excerpt from Sweet Victory: 10 Ways To Kick The Sugar Habit article by Kim Droze Senior Writer)

How Sweet It Is! Scoring Sugar Substitutes

Do Sweeteners Aid Weight Loss? Nonnutritive sweeteners replace sugar-sweetened foods at a calorie savings of 16 calories per teaspoon. However, they are not the magic bullet to weight loss. To lose weight, you have to eat fewer calories than your body burns, and this means watching how many calories you are getting from all energy sources -- fat, protein and carbohydrate (which include sugar sources).

It's crucial to look at your overall eating pattern and not just your sugar intake. For example, having a double cheeseburger with a diet cola is not going to help you reach your weight-loss goal. However, they do make it possible to include a greater variety of sweet foods in the diet without adding too much sugar or too many calories, which can help with weight loss.

(Excerpt from How Sweet It Is! Scoring Sugar Substitutes article by eDiets)

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What low carb plan have you tried the most?
Atkins Diet
52%
South Beach Diet
12%
No White Diet - no white flour, potatoes, white rice
11%
No sugars, high sugar fruit, starchy vegetables
6%
I created my own low carb plan
20%
Total votes: 1076

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