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Protect Your Heart Health with a Sugar-Free Diet

…need to sweeten any foods, add a little juice from oranges, grapes, pears, peaches, or other fruits. You can also use some shredded raw or dried apples, coconuts, raisins, or dates. 5. Eat several small meals. Start with breakfast, and include some protein at each sitting to keep you feeling satisfied…

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A Delicious Heart-Healthy Breakfast—Overnight Oatmeal

…ingredients in your crock-pot on low setting before retiring to bed. Oatmeal can cook 6-9 hours. In the morning, add a handful of fresh organic berries, apples or other seasonal fruit before serving. Then, top with chopped nuts (pecans, walnuts, almonds) and drizzle with ½ teaspoon natural maple syrup—which…

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How To Avoid Age Spots and Sun Damage to Skin

…vegetables and dried fruits appears to be protective against sun damage to skin. Foods associated with the least amount of sun damage to skin are apples, asparagus, celery, cherries, eggplant, eggs, fish, garlic, grapes, melon, lima beans, legumes, olives onions, pears, prunes and spinach. What Not…

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A Heart-Healthy Diet Plan Should Include Organic Foods

…water and salt. But you don’t have to choose organic foods every time to eat a heart-healthy diet plan. While there are several foods like peaches, apples, strawberries, and butter where organic is a must—with other foods like kiwis and avocados, organic doesn’t matter. That’s because pesticides…

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Healthy Heart Nutrition with Dark Chocolate

…California demonstrated that the polyphenol activity of dark chocolate is similar to a class of antioxidants found in red wine, black and green tea, apples, and onions. Remember, onions contain quercetin, a potent polyphenol that helps prevent the oxidation of LDL. But recent research has determined that…

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The Health-Boosting Power of Pure Maple Syrup

…conscientiously), I can enjoy drizzling a half teaspoon of maple syrup (not enough to illicit an insulin response) over steel cut oatmeal, yogurt, baked apples, and homemade salad dressings. Now it’s your turn: What’s your favorite way to eat maple syrup? You May Also Be Interested In * The Not So Sweet…

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How to Control Your Sugar Intake

…need to sweeten any foods, add a little juice from oranges, grapes, pears, peaches, or other fruits. You can also use some shredded raw or dried apples, coconuts, raisins, or dates. Try sprinkling on cinnamon, cloves, or nutmeg. You also may want to experiment with stevia, an herbal supplement that…

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Menopause and High Blood Pressure

…and high blood pressure, as well as keeping your heart healthy, you want to increase your intake of oatmeal and complex carbohydrates. Flaxseed, apples, onions, and seaweed are all great choices. I also recommend coldwater fish like wild salmon. * Eat garlic. An Australian review of 11 studies show…

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Avoid Trouble Swallowing Pills With These Tricks

…and dump in the contents separately. You can also break open your capsules or crush tablets, mixing the contents into a cold food such as yogurt or apple sauce. Now it’s your turn: How do you swallow pills? You May Also Be Interested in * 5 Pennywise Secrets to Better Health * 5 Foods that Can Lower…

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Aftermath of Japan: How to Protect Against Radiation

…miso soup: combine ‎1 C. miso paste, 1 C. water, 1 C. olive oil, 1/2 C. chopped shallots or chives or green onions, 1 T. raw honey, and 1-1/2 T. apple cider vinegar. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth. Store in the fridge, and remember that a little goes a long way! * Vegetables…

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Juicing Your Way to Optimum Health

…Here is one if his favorites. Combine one or all from each category: * Berries: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries * Other fruit: apple, banana, kiwi (no citrus) * Vegetable: Beets are our breakfast favorite (but mixed veggie juices are great for lunch and dinner) * Ginger: skin and…

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