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Spring Is Here!
The only time seen more strongly than New Year's as a time of "New Beginnings" is the start of Spring! And there's little
doubt that for most of us, beginning a low carb lifestyle is certainly a new beginning. And for those of us who have been
living low carb for quite some time now, it can be a great time to take stock of your progress and see if any changes are
called for. So in this issue, we'll be exploring that very topic.
If you haven't had a chance to check out our new
Low Carb Luxury Discussion Forums, this is your
chance to sign up and join our "little family." Visit Talking Low
Carb now! The forums are growing by leaps and bounds and some of
the discussions and tip are really not to be missed! Plus you'll get to meet our two hard working forum moderators,
Brenda, Steph, and Amy!
"The greatest masterpieces were once only pigments on a palette." — Henry S. Hoskins
Our product review team features two (2) "Products Of The
Month" — one in each issue of
our magazine. These products will be the group consensus of those we find to be the
most innovative, healthy, tasty, and/or helpful to the low-carber's daily dietary regime.
Adios Carbs Tortillas
Yes! More choices for Mexican Food! There's a new low carb soft
tortilla on the scene, and it's a winner! If you haven't tried the new Adios Carbs Tortillas, you have a treat in store for you.
Soft without being gummy, overly chewy, or prone to dampness, these tortillas are nearly indistinguishable from
regular flour tortillas. They're great any way you'd use high carb flour tortillas, in any Mexican venue you
can think up. It goes without saying that they just cry out to be made into fajitas. But they're also great
just to make wraps (from ham to peanut butter to egg salad!), or to wrap around a hot dog.
They're made with a combination of flours: wheat gluten, soy flour, almond meal, whole wheat flour, oat flour, and
sesame flour. Then they add olive oil, and sucralose to create an outstanding tortilla.
They come in three varieties: Regular size, Burrito size, and Garlic & Herb. Both the regular size and the
Garlic & Herb come in at 6 grams of
effective carbs (after fiber) and come ten tortillas to a package. The Burrito size come in at 7.5 grams of
effective carbs (after fiber) and come eight tortillas to a package.
Packaged in plastic paks, Adios Carbs Tortillas are available from Synergy Diet.