POLL SEES MODERATION IN CARB-COUNTING DIETS

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Counting carbs may be here to stay for generations to come, but will likely be absorbed into general health maintenance like the low-fat and low-cholesterol initiatives, a panel of experts reported to the Annual Meat Conference here.For meat departments, the news is particularly good, but the news isn't that bad for other departments either, one study shows.Michelle Barry, vice

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Counting carbs may be here to stay for generations to come, but will likely be absorbed into general health maintenance like the low-fat and low-cholesterol initiatives, a panel of experts reported to the Annual Meat Conference here.

For meat departments, the news is particularly good, but the news isn't that bad for other departments either, one study shows.

Michelle Barry, vice president, qualitative research, The Hartman Group, Bellevue, Wash., said a ju

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