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How to Stop Sugar Cravings

How to stop sugar cravings? Sugar is almost everywhere, added to countless products advertised on every form of media, and included in nearly every holiday and casual meal. According to a 2018 research, craving sweets is now so common that some researchers wonder whether we’ve developed a habit-forming culture when it comes to craving sugar. It might be a good time to take a closer look at why we crave sweets and what we can do about it.

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What are Baru Nuts?

What are baru nuts? Perhaps you’ve heard the buzz about the exotic baru nut being the latest superfood. I had to check them out. Here’s some useful information about this special nut.

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Risk Factor for Dementia Identified

What is a risk factor for dementia? A new study shows an association between a large waist size and the development of cognitive impairment. This study provides more evidence that lifestyle matters when it comes to dementia.

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Exercise Intensity

Exercise intensity is the subject of ongoing debate. Is moderate intensity good enough or do we need to do high intensity interval training to make the exercise beneficial? The research is in conflict.

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Calories in Nuts

Calories in nuts? They may be quite a bit lower than are being reported on most nutrition labels. A new method of measuring calorie absorption is starting to change the thinking of how to measure the number of calories in nuts.

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Healthy Eating and Health

Healthy eating and health go hand-in-hand according to the latest study. In fact, eating healthy may matter more than the number on the scale. The body really does know if you’re eating healthy food or junk food.

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Best Diet for Heart Health

Best diet for heart health? According to a new study the one that delivers the most benefits is a pesco-Mediterranean Diet along with Intermittent Fasting. While there's no one-size-fits-all eating plan, researchers have discovered certain diets may certainly offer more benefits than others. Recently, when scientists investigated the ideal diet for both overall and heart health, they found a combo of two popular diets may do the trick.

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Healthy Meal Plans Lead to Weight Loss

Healthy meal plans are the key to eating healthy. There is no doubt that if we don’t create healthy meal plans we will not eat healthy. There is just too much junk food, fast food and sweets everywhere we turn.

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Craving Salty Foods?

Craving salty foods? Surveys estimate almost 100% of women and nearly 70% of men report having experienced cravings — or intense desire for a specific type of food — during the past year.

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Cruciferous Vegetables Health Benefits

Cruciferous vegetables come with a lot of health benefits. You may be surprised to learn that kale and broccoli are cousins. Learn about there special health benefits.

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