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 How Nutty Are You?
A new study published in the Journal Diabetes Care has demonstrated yet another benefit of an old stand by snack – nuts. The study found that replacing a high carbohydrate snack with two ounces of nuts a day helped with glycemic and lipid control for people with Type 2 diabetes. Further, the ex ... Read more

You’ve probably all heard it (or said it) before: “I have a slow metabolism, so I can’t lose weight.” But what does that really mean? Let me explain: Metabolism is the burning of calories necessary to supply the body with the energy it needs to function on a daily basis. Your Basal Metabolic Ra ... Read more
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 Kristin Kirkpatrick
Prunes – they're sweet, they’re satisfying and they're one of those foods that we usually eat when we're having issues with digestion, but the fabulous prune has benefits that extend well beyond the bathroom. A study published in the British Journal of Nutrition found that prunes helped to im ... Read more

The rewards of gardening seem obvious enough — flowers and food for your table — but tending a garden has some surprising extra benefits, too. For starters, gardening is considered moderate- to high-intensity exercise: You can burn up to 330 calories in just an hour. What’s more, doing light yard ... Read more
ADDED TO  Green Living, Happiness, Weight, Wellness Tips  86 days 15 hours 49 min ago
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Using coupons can be a great way to save money when food shopping. A dollar here and a two-for-one there can quickly add up to real savings on a weekly basis. Just be wise about which coupons you clip. The majority are for foods found in the center aisles of grocery stores (think processed packag ... Read more
ADDED TO  Wellness Tips, Weight  91 days 15 hours 49 min ago
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