The other day, somebody asked me on our Almased Facebook page: "You eat pizza?" Oh, yes, I eat pizza, but even more so, I am a bona fide pasta lover! If it weren’t for my Almased shakes, I probably would look like a cannelloni, myself, by now. So trust me, while I can give you all the diet advice in the world, when it comes to giving up that plate of spaghetti, I know the panic that sets in at the pure thought of it all too well. Some will never understand just how real the struggle is. Here are 4 things every pasta lover on a diet can relate to:

Yes, Almased goes along with any diet regimen, therefore, can be incorporated into any low carb diet plan. Almased is only lightly sweetened with a small amount of honey and does not contain any other added sugars or artificial sweeteners.

It's back to school time, and we provided you with some tips to create a healthy, quick, diverse, and convenient lunch for school or work.

Let's start with healthy beverages, which play a vital role in everyone's diet. Try to avoid sodas and all high sugary drinks. Instead, drink water, tea, smoothies or mix some 100% juice with water to satisfy your thirst. Make sure to drink at least 64 oz of liquids each day.

To help you separate fact from fiction, here are some of the popular soy myths debunked:

Soy is one of nature’s most protein-rich plant foods, offering numerous health benefits. In recent years, soy has had a bad rap for its alleged harmful effects on our body’s hormones, leading to potential health dangers. Touted as problematic by much of the media and health enthusiasts, many people have sworn off soy entirely from their diets. Sadly, the substantial health benefits of soy are not only undermined but also unbeknownst to many people.