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The Low-Carb Tip You Need to Burn Fat

Athletes do this to burn more fat, a supermarket-food recall, and more of today's essential news.

The Low-Carb Tip You Need to Burn Fat
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The Low-Carb Tip You Need to Burn Fat

Athletes do this to burn more fat, a supermarket-food recall, and more of today's essential news.

SCIENCE DAILY: Endurance Athletes Who Eat Fewer Carbs Become Incredible Fat Burners

"Elite endurance athletes who eat very few carbohydrates burned more than twice as much fat as high-carb athletes during maximum exertion and prolonged exercise in a new study — the highest fat-burning rates under these conditions ever seen by researchers." Read full story.

STEER CLEAR! Even if you're not an elite athlete, avoid these 22 Worst Carbs in America at all costs.

And not all carbs are bad! Stock up on the 25 Best Carbs That Will Uncover Your Abs!

WEB MD: Tyson Chicken Wings Recalled

"More than 52,000 pounds of chicken wings are being recalled by Tyson Foods Inc. The recall was triggered by consumer complaints about the chicken wings being "off-odor" as well as mild illness after eating the wings, according to the U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service. The recall is for 28-oz. bags of "Tyson Any'tizers Fully Cooked Hot Wings Chicken Wing Sections Coated with a Flavorful Hot, Tangy Sauce" with use by/sell by dates ofOctober 24, 2016 and October 25, 2016." Read full story.

HUFFINGTON POST: Is Sea Salt Really Healthier Or Just Overhyped?

"Many producers and aficionados claim that sea salts are healthier than table salt because they’re more natural and less refined. They’re also praised for containing a bounty of essential trace minerals. And the alleged advantages don’t stop there. Company websites promise that sea salts can eliminate toxins, balance the body’s pH, boost circulation, enhance digestive health, and supply antioxidants, to name a few purported benefits." Read full story.

EAT THIS! Are you a fan of salty snacks? Check out our list of these Salty Snacks Healthier Than Potato Chips!

SCIENCE DAILY: Eating To Impress: Men Eat More Food When Dining With Women

"If you're a man, how much you eat may have more to do with the gender of your dining companions than your appetite. A new study has found that men will eat significantly more food in the company of women than they will with other men." Read full story.