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Is Your Dental Health Compromising Your Blood Sugar?

Man having his teeth examined

As if diabetics don’t already have enough to consider when managing blood sugar, let’s add one more thing that perhaps you’ve never considered… dental health! That’s right, research confirms dental hygiene plays a major role in diabetes management. A recent ...

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Feeling Down? These Foods & Recipes Can Boost Your Mood!

Piece of dark chocolate with nuts

Does eating make you happy? For most of us, the answer is a resounding “Yes!” Most of the time, the level of happiness we derive from our meal depends on what we are eating. Believe it or not, there are ...

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Harmful Effects Of Crash Diets On Your Body & Blood Sugar

Half a cucumber on a plate with knife and fork

The “hard-boiled egg diet”, the “cabbage soup diet”, the “water with maple syrup and cayenne pepper diet”… any of these sound familiar? These are known as “crash” or fad diets. Basically, you severely restrict your calorie intake and deprive yourself ...

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Could This Diet Protect Your Brain From Dementia?

Whole fish baked with veggies and lemon

The connection between high blood sugar and Alzheimer’s dementia is so strong, that some researchers have now begun to refer to Alzheimer’s as “Type III diabetes.” If diabetes is not well controlled, excess sugar remains in the blood stream. However, ...

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Surprise! These 10 Things Help People Stay Thin

Man giving wife piggyback ride

Do you think it’s the fitness membership, the XYZ diet, or maybe just good genes? How do some people seem to stay thin with nearly no effort? Here are a few surprising factors than can help people stay slim! Living ...

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How To Make The Perfect Salad – In A Jar!

Mason jar salads are everywhere on the internet… and now it’s time to put them in your own refrigerator! Your mason jars need to be wide-mouthed with tight-fitting lids in order to keep your salad fresh. For an entrée salad, ...

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The Journey Of The Avocado To Super-Food Stardom

Avocado halved and sliced

Avocados are a shining example of an ancient superfood. The avocado is thought to have been named by the Aztecs. Their word for testicle, “ahuacatl” is quite similar to the word “avocado” and it is believed that the shape of ...

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Plagued By Night-Time Snack Cravings? Here’s Why

midnight snack from the fridge

New research by the John Hopkins School of Medicine found that people are more likely to overeat in the evening hours than at any other time of the day – especially when we’re feeling stressed. The study focused on two ...

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Net Carbs – How Are They Affecting Your Blood Sugar?

Superfood sandwich

Let’s talk about carbs, baby! We know that not all carbs are created equal. We’ve got simple/refined carbs, we’ve got complex carbs, and … we have net carbs. You may have heard them called “digestible carbs.” This refers to a ...

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Who You Dine With May Affect How Much You Eat!

Friends eating together

An interesting thought to ponder, isn’t it? The idea that your dining companions could affect how much you eat. It’s true! New research has found that dining with someone who is overeating makes you more likely to overeat. For example, ...

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