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Food Choices Vs. Nutritional Sabotage

Nutritional Sabotage? what do I mean? Are our healthy clean eating diets helping us, or are they creatine nutritional mayhem. Let’s talk about a few examples. No carb: the Go To diet for a very long time. A few points. The Moderation study: Dr Sara Seidelmann, clinical and research fellow in cardiovascular medicine from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, led the research. The study of more than 15,400 people in the US found that diets both low and high in carbohydrates were linked with an increase in […]

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Food Choices Vs. Nutritional Sabotage

Nutritional Sabotage? what do I mean? Are our healthy clean eating diets helping us, or are they creatine nutritional mayhem. Let’s talk about a few examples. No carb: the Go To diet for a very long time. A few points. The Moderation study: Dr Sara Seidelmann, clinical and research fellow in cardiovascular medicine from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, led the research. The study of more than 15,400 people in the US found that diets both low and high in carbohydrates were linked with an increase in […]

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Food Choices Vs. Nutritional Sabotage

Nutritional Sabotage? what do I mean? Are our healthy clean eating diets helping us, or are they creatine nutritional mayhem. Let’s talk about a few examples. No carb: the Go To diet for a very long time. A few points. The Moderation study: Dr Sara Seidelmann, clinical and research fellow in cardiovascular medicine from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, led the research. The study of more than 15,400 people in the US found that diets both low and high in carbohydrates were linked with an increase in […]

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Food Choices Vs. Nutritional Sabotage

Nutritional Sabotage? what do I mean? Are our healthy clean eating diets helping us, or are they creatine nutritional mayhem. Let’s talk about a few examples. No carb: the Go To diet for a very long time. A few points. The Moderation study: Dr Sara Seidelmann, clinical and research fellow in cardiovascular medicine from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, led the research. The study of more than 15,400 people in the US found that diets both low and high in carbohydrates were linked with an increase in […]

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Type 2 Diabetes – Five Foods to Avoid When You Have Diabetes

While convenience foods serve the purpose of being well, convenient, they are not the healthiest option for anyone. Convenience foods are often full of added sodium, sugar, and artificial ingredients. Convenience foods can also pack in a hefty dose of refined carbohydrates throwing your blood sugar out of whack. Here are the top convenience foods that raise your blood sugar… 1. Frozen Dinners. Frozen dinners are notorious for containing tons of added sodium, not to mention additives. It is best to skip these and make as much […]

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Type 2 Diabetes – Five Simple Dietary Changes You Can Make to Improve Your Blood Sugar

Making changes to your diet can be hard, and it can be intimidating. You may not know where to start, and all of the recommendations you find online can make things super confusing. The good news is improving your Type 2 diabetes can be done with just a handful of simple yet very effective dietary changes. Let us take the confusion out of which foods you should and should not enjoy by talking about five simple yet effective dietary changes you can make to improve your blood […]

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Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Is High-Heat Cooking Bad For You?

As you go on with the fight to control your Type 2 diabetes and blood sugar levels, you might be interested to know how you prepare your meat could impact your risk factor for complications. By now you probably know taking in enough protein is key to controlling your blood sugar at every meal. So you are trying hard to include a reasonable amount of meat in your meal plan. However, are you cooking it healthily? You could have also read grilling or barbequing your meat can […]

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New Orleans: Big Easy, Ethnic Diversity, Food, Jazz, Energy

New Orleans, Louisiana, is known for many characteristics, and things. Why is it referred to, as the Big Easy? Is it because, the nature of the city is somewhat, relaxed, its people enjoy life, it’s small – enough, to feel intimate, yet large enough to offer a lot of variety, from a cultural, entertainment, and educational perspective, or, simply because, it seems, most, go about their own ways, and believe in, Live and Let Live? Why, and how, does this city, enjoy a degree of progressive/ liberal […]

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Planning for Perception or Preference?

It’s hard to believe, but the holiday season is almost upon us. The leaves have dropped along with the temperature and the dreaded snowfall is imminent. It’s a time where you crave carbs, curl up in sweaters and begin the hibernation process. Unfortunately, we are not bears and are not afforded the luxury of shutting ourselves down for a few months. At a time where all you want to do is snuggle under a blanket on the couch and binge watch all the shows you missed while […]

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Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Why You Need to Invest In Your Health Every Day

Health advice is all around for a good reason. People are pushing their ideas because there is a demand for it. It is more than just interesting material to many people; often it is crucial information we all need to be made aware of. Your health and well-being become a more relevant issue with each passing day. Nobody is getting any younger, and few of us are preparing for being older. You need to invest in your health every single day. A little goes a long way, […]

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