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Eating Healthier By Avoiding These 10 Foods

…When eating healthier, opt for whole wheat. * Sugar. Again, it spikes your blood sugar. If you want to sweeten your coffee or tea, opt for ribose or Stevia instead. * Veal. It’s one of the most inflammatory foods you can eat, and inflammation is at the root of heart disease. * Dehydrated soups. They’re…

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Sugar is a Major Cause of Heart Disease

…fruit juice or try some shredded raw or dried apples, coconut, raisins or dates. Use spices such as cinnamon, cloves or nutmeg. Or experiment with stevia, an herbal supplement that is now available as a sweetener. * Eat several small meals. By eating little portions spread throughout the day, you’ll…

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How to Control Your Sugar Intake

…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 millions of people use as a sweetener. * Eat several small meals, starting with breakfast, and include some protein at each…

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Healthy Heart Nutrition Beverages

…tea over ice with zesty lemon and a slice of lime is one of our favorites. You can also try natural mineral water sweetened with flavored liquid stevia or mixed with a puree of your favorite fruit. I am particularly partial to watermelon or strawberries! For more information on general or cardiovascular…

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Diet Soda Increases Your Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

…switch to good, old-fashioned water. If you need something a bit sweeter, you can try mineral water with a splash of cranberry juice or even flavored stevia. Iced green tea also makes a great alternative to diet soda. The change from diet soda could dramatically alter your heart health! Now It's Your Turn…

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10 Cancer-Prevention Tips That Can Save Your Life

…most colorful you can find. Cancer-Prevention Tip #7. Minimize sugar and sweet foods in the diet, because sugar weakens the immune system. The herb stevia, available at health food stores, is a good sugar substitute. Cancer-Prevention Tip #8. Use natural COX-2 inhibitors, such as green tea, rosemary,…

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A Healthy Heart Diet Should Not Include High Fructose Corn Syrup

…teas. All of these are good choices for a heart healthy diet. If you must have something to sweeten your cereal, coffee, or tea choose ribose or Stevia instead, or add a quarter teaspoon of honey. Now it’s your turn: Have you found that high fructose corn syrup is bad news for your health? You May…

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