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Coffee Tied to Lower Risk of Dying . . . Prematurely
18
Nov

Coffee Tied to Lower Risk of Dying . . . Prematurely

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More good news on coffee: A large study has found that drinking coffee is associated with a reduced risk of dying from heart disease and certain other causes.
 
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The Impressive Health Benefits Of Pumpkin
06
Nov

The Impressive Health Benefits Of Pumpkin

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Pumpkin bread, pumpkin ravioli, pumpkin pie, pumpkin risotto, pumpkin beer -- the options are endless, and endlessly mouthwatering. It's finally pumpkin season, and the reasons to celebrate are many.
 
Not only is fall's signature squash versatile enough to fit into all the above and more, it also packs some powerful healthy perks -- like keeping heart health, vision and waistlines in check, as long as you take it easy on the pie, that is.
 
Below, we've rounded up some of our favorite health benefits of pumpkin.
 
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 Six healthy sweeteners for that sweet tooth!
28
Oct

I have a sweet tooth! . . . Six healthy sweeteners

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Refined sugar is considered to be as addictive as a drug, and potentially as detrimental to your health.
 
And while there are a ton of sugar-free sweetener alternatives on the market — I’m talking about calorie-free, chemical “artificial sweeteners” here — they are even more unhealthy than just plain ol’ sugar! Many people turn to these artificial sweeteners thinking they will help them lose weight without sacrificing taste, but this is the one of the WORST food lies out there. If you have any of these around your home, please throw them away right now.
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What About Sugar When You Are  Overweight or Obese?
30
Sep

What About Sugar When You Are Overweight or Obese?

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AN ARTICLE ABOUT SUGAR - PART 2
By Authority Nutrition

If you are overweight, obese, diabetic or suffering from the western diet in any way, then you should probably avoid sugar as much as possible. You should NOT be consuming sugar every day, more like once per week or once every two weeks (at most). And if you want to be truly healthy, you really shouldn’t be consuming foods that have "added sugar" to them.

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