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Low-carb beer no better for your waistline than standard beer, cancer council says

If you think reaching for a low-carb beer at Friday night drinks is better for your waistline than a standard ale, you're not alone. One in three men and one in five women believe low-carb ales are a ... read more

Melbourne Cancer Council says low carb beers are no better for your health

Australians have been duped into believing that low-carb beers are better for their ... that's in the drink.' The Cancer Council is now calling on the government to put nutritional labels on alcoholic ... read more

Health and Wellness News - Los Angeles Times

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