Last updated on September 14th, 2017
- hot dogs
- ice cream
- dark chocolate
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Franks, and a man named Frank. Every 4th of July we gather to celebrate a special birthday — that of my father-in-law, Frank. (“Let me be Frank with you” is his self-introductory joke, and he has plenty more to follow it.) He was born on this date in Italy in 1922. When my wife and her many siblings were small, they believed that the Independence Day fireworks were meant to honor their dear papa. Frank encouraged this belief.
Summer is in full swing, which means ice cream consumption is rising. July is National Ice Cream Month in the United States, so designated in 1984 by President Reagan. This year, National Ice Cream Day will be celebrated on Sunday, July 16.
Recently I came across a simple recipe for making an ice-cream type dessert . . .
Is there a place for candy bars in a healthy, LCHF diet?
The short answer is, yes. The long answer is, it depends on the details. Specifically, the details of the candy bar — the chocolate content versus the sugar content.
First, let us consider why you might want to add dark chocolate to your diet . . .