The trendy notion that you should be eliminating carbs is just that: a Trend. The truth is that you need carbs to metabolize properly and function at your best, so avoiding carbs completely is a bad idea. However, there is a such thing as good carbs and bad carbs. A “good” carb is...
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Titled “Food Consumption in the Gaza Strip -- The Red Lines,” the study estimated that each Gazan would need 2,279 calories a day. The study was...
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