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When patients tell me about their flagging energy levels mid-afternoon, the first question I ask is what did you eat for lunch? Eating a big, heavy meal that’s high in low-fiber carbs (think pasta, sub sandwich, a bag of chips) can cause changes in blood sugar as well as gut hormones that have ... Read more
ADDED TO  Energy, Food- Healthy Snacks, Exercise- Walking  2062 days 18 hours 25 min ago
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Brussels sprouts get a bad rap — perhaps because they’re often overcooked, which makes them a bit soggy. But when they’re prepared just right, so they’re still slightly crunchy, they have a wonderfully nutty flavor. They also meld nicely with other flavors. We love dipping them into this lemon-ga ... Read more
ADDED TO  Food- Healthy Snacks, Wellness Tips  2066 days 18 hours 25 min ago
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Even if you never actually had your own Chia Pet, you probably remember the infomercials featuring clay animals that you moistened, spread with seeds and watched as they eventually sprouted "fur." Well, it turns out those chia seeds, from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, are edible wh ... Read more
ADDED TO  Food- Healthy Snacks, Wellness Tips  2097 days 18 hours 25 min ago
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Don’t let the disappointment of a big-league football loss derail your efforts to eat healthfully. Research suggests that sports fans of the losing team are more likely than winning fans to load up on aging saturated fat and simple added sugars or syrups. Though we would never want to encourage y ... Read more

Do you still shun heart-healthy nuts, believing that their fat content is going to expand your waistline? Well, don’t! Research shows that eating nuts in moderation can actually help you maintain your weight. The trick, of course, is figuring out exactly what an appropriate serving looks like — a ... Read more

 
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