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5 Heart-Healthy Snacks for Super Bowl Sunday

…give you the energy you need to jump up and down, rooting for the Giants—um, I mean the team you’re rooting for. Here’s the recipe. 2. Whole wheat sodium-free chips—or better yet, organic gluten-free corn chips— with fresh tomato salsa or avocado salsa fresca. 3. Fresh vegetable tray—including…

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Sugar is a Major Cause of Heart Disease

…protein—all of which help to reduce inflammation. * Restrict bread and bread products as much as you can, especially those containing wheat. I strongly recommend you read The Wheat Belly by Dr. William Davis. I’m sure you’ll agree. Now it’s your turn: How have you reduced heart disease causes, such as…

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9 Secrets for Achieving a Healthy Weight

…your system longer—keeping your metabolism up so you burn more calories. 2. Restrict carbohydrates to 10-20% of your daily caloric intake, and nix wheat, white flour, and sugar to lose the weight. This includes removing alcohol from your diet since wine, beer, or any alcohol is converted to sugar in…

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Everyday Foods Can Reduce Cholesterol

…level in about four weeks--even with no other changes to what you eat. 1) Eat a breakfast that includes a serving of oat bran, raisin bran, shredded wheat, or bran flakes with a fresh fruit such as blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, bananas, peaches, etc. Add two tablespoons of organic flaxseed, grind…

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Heart-Healthy Recipe: Chicken With Peapods and Zucchini

…garlic, crushed, or one T. dried garlic 1 T. dried onion 1 medium zucchini 1 cup peapods 1 oz. white wine Grated parmesan cheese Brown rice or whole wheat pasta, cooked Fresh parsley, chopped Slice boneless breast of chicken into two-inch by one-half inch strips. Heat two tablespoons of peanut or olive…

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Delicious Autumn Dessert

…oz.) can unsalted or low-sodium pinto beans, rinsed, drained and slightly mashed * ¾ cup seedless raisins * 2 tsp. vanilla extract * 1 cup whole wheat flour * 2 tsp. baking powder * 2 tsp. cinnamon * ½ tsp. ground cloves * ½ tsp. ground nutmeg * 2 medium apples, peeled and grated Preheat oven to…

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Cardiovascular Nutrition for Kids

…organic skim, lowfat, or whole milk * 2 Tbsp. grapeseed oil * 1 egg * 1 Tbsp. honey * 1/3 cup molasses * 1 tsp. vanilla extract * 1 ½ cups whole-wheat flour * 1 tsp. baking powder * 2 apples, grated and coated with 1 tsp. cinnamon * Preheat oven to 350° F. * Spray twelve 2½ -inch muffin cups with…

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10 Cancer-Prevention Tips That Can Save Your Life

…“gut-friendly” bacteria with prebiotics and probiotics. You can get prebiotics naturally by eating whey protein, bananas, onion, garlic, whole wheat, barley, rye, and artichokes. Both soy and organic cow’s milk yogurt are full of live bacteria strains that serve as probiotics, or you can take a…

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Immune-Boosting Tips for a Happy, Healthy Holiday Season

…carbohydrates, healthy fats, and quality proteins before and after the holiday—if not through it. It’s also important to avoid sugary/processed foods, wheat, and dairy products which can suppress the immune system in some individuals. * Fight microbes with microbes, by taking probiotics. These healthy bacteria…

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Eating Healthier By Avoiding These 10 Foods

…sodium, which is way more than anyone should eat in a single meal. * White flour. It spikes your blood sugar. 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…

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