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Try This Simple Trick To Prevent Over-Eating

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Believe it or not, a study conducted at the Cornell Food and Brand Lab found that spending time in a cluttered, chaotic kitchen can cause people to consume more calories. Who could’ve ever imagined? A clean kitchen could be a ...

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These Habits Could Help You Live An Extra 10 Years

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It’s true, you can help extend your life by practicing just a few habits – not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight, enjoying a balanced diet, and getting your exercise. Hopefully, these are existing habits for you. If not, after learning ...

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How To Get Happy – According To Science!

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Are you happy? When was the last time you stopped to ask yourself that question? We hope the answer is “Yes, I’m very happy!” If that’s not the case (or even if it is) who couldn’t use a little more ...

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What Makes Certain Foods So Addictive?

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Everyone has certain foods that they absolutely love. What happens with that love for a food turns into a dependency? Is food addiction possible, and if so what makes certain foods more addictive than others? Research is finding that not ...

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Unexpected Protein Sources – Eat More Nuts & Seeds

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Including enough protein in our diets can be a struggle, especially as we get older. Most of us rely on meats like chicken and beef as our main sources of protein. While it’s true that there is nothing wrong with ...

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New Research Proves: Artificial Sweeteners Increase Diabetes Risk

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As traditional sugar gets more and more bad press from health researchers, people are turning to artificial sweeteners. In the U.S., 40% of adults and 25% of children report consuming artificial sweeteners on a daily basis. Many use these sweeteners ...

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New Research Finds Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Diabetes Risk

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We know that there are many factors which can affect blood sugar control – nutrition, exercise, other health conditions, etc. Well, how about vitamin D? Yes, it’s true! A new collaborative study released by the University of California (UC), San Diego ...

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10 Ways To Increase Activity & Reduce Blood Sugar

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Regular physical activity contributes nearly countless positive effects on your health, especially for those with diabetes. It helps your body make the best use of insulin and glucose, which controls blood sugar more effectively. In fact, exercise can reduce blood ...

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Enjoy Pasta Dishes Without The Blood Sugar Spike – Try Zoodles!

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Almost nothing beats a big bowl of spaghetti, am I right? Warm noodles in a tasty sauce… it hits you right in the comfort-food zone. After being diagnosed with high blood sugar, you may think you have to say goodbye ...

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These Nutritionist-Approved Short-Cuts Save Time In The Kitchen

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Diabetics know that cooking at home is a great way to manage blood sugar. Still, it can be tempting to grab something from the drive-thru or call for delivery when you’re running short on time. Instead of sacrificing your blood ...

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