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    recipes that show carb count and sugar count

    mollywally
    Fri Jan 20, 2012 11:12 am
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    Hey all,

    Im trying to follow The Belly Fat Cure program. And was wondering if you know of any sites that include the nutritional info with the sugar counts as well. I generally only see them with the carb, fats,...ect, but not the sugar.

    Thanks so much.

    mollywally
    Karyl Lee
    Sun Jan 22, 2012 5:47 pm
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    Sugars are just one kind of carbohydrate, and normally aren't outlined unless you are following a diet's specific recipe. Aren't there any recipes supplied to you with the diet?
    mollywally
    Mon Jan 23, 2012 10:20 am
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    Yes there are. I thought Id like to have more variety than what is in the book.

    I cant justify eating all that fat. After being on a low fat diet most of my life. Know what I mean?

    I did see that here on this site, they have the sugar count. I never noticed that before. So, Im looking here.

    thanks.

    mollywally
    Karyl Lee
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 11:43 am
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    Quite probably they are giving you more fat in your recipes as a way to increase your feeling of satiation when you eat--when you leave off some carbs and sugars, you need a caloric replacement. icon_smile.gif Fat fills that bill easily--and not all fats are bad, so if you're not used to eating almonds, walnuts, avocados, you might think they are bad for you, but that's not true.
    I know you're wondering, but maybe just try the diet as outlined first, and see what results you get before you rule recipes out altogether....
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