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Sugar-free jam is not so sugar free because it has sugar replacements such as artificial sweeteners. It is important to pick a jam that is low in sugar and is not filled with artificial ingredients. Use it sparingly because it could still be too sweet. Nilla Wafers...
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Calcium Foods

Seeds, such as poppy, sesame, celery, and chia seeds are high in calcium along with being protein and healthy fats. They also are a good source of minerals, including copper, iron, and manganese. A little goes a long way so adding them to a salad or cooking dish is a...
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Several Ways to Lower Cholesterol with Food

Before we get started, it should first be noted that you should always consult your doctor before changing up any medication regimen. These facts are purely here to aid to a healthy diet, not to replace a physician’s recommendation. It is helpful to know that...
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Fatty Foods that are Good for You!

Healthy Fats high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats: The Good Fats Avocado: Avocados have approximately 23 grams of fat, with about 15 grams of it coming from monounsaturated fats. a medium avocado contains 40 percent of your daily fiber needs, is naturally...
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Foods That Tank Energy Levels

We all want sustained energy throughout the day, right? Well, did you know there are common foods that actually plummet energy levels? The reason being, they cause blood sugars to spike. Once blood sugars spike, they unfortunately come crashing down. Thus, leaving you...
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Refined and Whole Grains

Feeling that “after lunch slump” after you have a sandwich, soda, and chips? Let’s explain why you are feeling that way. Refined Grains fall into the category of breads, pastas, cookies, chips, anything basically white in nature. When the grain goes through the...