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  • Owned by the Belgian multinational Anheuser-Busch InBev, Budweiser is struggling to attract younger drinkers who prefer low-calorie light beers or more exotically flavoured craft beers.

    Anheuser lines up 500,000 free Budweisers to halt US sales slide

  • CHICAGO — MillerCoors LLC plans to launch a lemonade-flavored version of low-calorie beer MGD 64, the latest effort by a big U.S. brewer to rejuvenate slumping sales.

    MillerCoors Plans Lemonade Beer

  • CUSTOMIZE A MENU: Easy, low-calorie recipes for 3 meals, 2 snacks a day

    Weight-Loss Challenge: Dieter pushes past portion issues

  • Technically speaking, this low-calorie style was a refinement of nouvelle cuisine , which had begun the process of simplification and food presentation that still exists in France today.

    The Reduced-Fat Diet

  • • Start your meal with low-calorie miso soup or a side salad of mixed greens with dressing on the side.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Build all your meals with low-calorie fruits and veggies.

    The Small Change Diet

  • So make sure your rice serving takes up no more than a quarter of your plate, and use low-fat, low-calorie flavorings i.e., herbs and spices.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Choose high-fiber carbs, watch those portions, and dress them with low-calorie and low-fat toppings.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Levin, born in 1924, is now an adjunct professor at Arizona State University and has long run a firm based outside Washington, D.C., that discovered and developed a low-calorie sugar called tagatose now in final clinical trial as a diabetes drug.

    First Contact

  • At the same time, the researchers showed them pictures of foods that are low-calorie (various fruits and vegetables, tofu, soybeans, salads) and high-calorie foods (brownies, donuts, fried chicken, steak, ice cream and more).

    Study: Obese people's brains may crave high-calorie foods

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