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3 Simple Strategies for Making Friends with Carbs

By Ritamarie Loscalzo


Oh the dreaded C word…carbs. It’s a necessary component of health, but one that is all to often over indulged in.

Breads, pastas, rice, desserts…these foods might taste yummy, but the truth is, they are leaving you fat, foggy and fatigued!

In this show learn:

The difference between a good carb and a bad carb

How to have the energy to enjoy a fitter more focused YOU

Why we need carbs to be healthy

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1 Comment

  1. eleanor on April 29, 2013 at 10:08 am

    that was an absolute great wealth of info.

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