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How Your Brain May Be Controlling Your Diet

Illustration of two brains-one filled with healthy foods, the other with junk foods

Did you know your brain plays a large role in controlling your diet? It’s true! Everyone has a certain weight and level of body fat that the brain deems “comfortable” in order to keep the body safe and protected from ...

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Give These Diabetes-Fighting Foods A Place On Your Plate!

Glass of Greek Yogurt with Blueberries

What if you could be confident that the foods you eat would lower your blood sugar instead of raising it? You can be… as long as you choose the right foods. Next to the fresh vegetables, lean protein, and healthy ...

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The Mediterranean Diet Improves Gut Health

Roasted Mediterranean vegetables

You’ve probably heard of the Mediterranean Diet, and the incredible impact it can have on health. It started when scientists wanted to find out why death from cardiovascular diseases (the number one cause of death in the U.S.) is significantly ...

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Try This Simple Trick To Prevent Over-Eating

Man with stomach pain after eating too much

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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Lose Weight & Improve Blood Sugar With A High-Energy Breakfast

Egg muffins in muffin tin

You’ve heard it before, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!” While this statement is indeed true, it is far more so for those with high blood sugar. A recent study of type II diabetics demonstrated that consuming ...

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Fiber Helps The Body Fight Diabetes – Here’s How!

Selection of high-fiber foods on counter

Can the human gut heal diabetes?  According to research, the answer is a resounding “Yes!” Our digestive systems have been getting more and more credit lately for the management of our overall health. The gut has been referred to as ...

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Are Salads Truly The Healthier Choice?

Salad bowl with quinoa, chicken, avocado, tomato

Trying to be healthier by eating salads? While it’s true that vegetables are nutritious, the “salad” most commonly enjoyed here in the U.S. is nothing but lettuce and creamy dressing… and healthy it is not. Salads do have the potential ...

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Keep Your Blood Sugar Stable This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving family meal at the table

Turkey day is almost here! Thanksgiving – an entire day devoted to giving thanks for all that’s good in our lives. A holiday often filled with family, friends, and food. While it’s a day to be enjoyed, diabetics especially can ...

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Why Diet Matters for People with Diabetes

Are you genetically predisposed to have diabetes? What if you are already experiencing, or have a high chance of developing other complications known to be influenced by diabetes? The statistics tell us close to 26 million people (that’s over 8% ...

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