It continues with a lament for the great butter shortage taking place in Europe, mixed with a tip for keeping your butter soft and spreadable.
It concludes with a sober consideration of the carb content of alcoholic beverages.
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At first glance, chia seeds appear to be a dubious addition to a low-carb diet, even if they are supposed to have been the super-food of the Aztecs. That’s because a single serving of chia seeds contains about 13 grams of carbohydrates. However, a closer examination of the food label reveals the chia seed’s saving grace: fiber.
According to news reports, butter reserves in Europe have plummeted due to increased butter demand and declining milk production. In fact, as a CNBC article reports, between May 2016 and May 2017, European Union butter reserves dropped 99%.
Butter prices in Europe are doing what prices always do in response to scarcity, they’re climbing.
Today’s topic — alcohol in a low-carb diet. Is it a good idea? Assuming that you’re an adult, that you’re not an alcoholic, and that you have no religious convictions or drug interactions to worry about, perhaps it is!