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15 Reasons Why Sweet Potatoes Are Good for Our Health

15 Reasons Why Sweet Potatoes Are Good for Your Health

Have you ever tried sweet potatoes? This type of potato is a bit different in taste than the regular potato, and the flesh can be yellow-orange or white. There’s even a Japanese variety with purple flesh. What’s more, it’s much healthier than the regular one, being high in vitamin A, vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber, […]

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5 Wonderful Health Benefits of Olive Oil We Must Know

5 Wonderful Health Benefits of Olive Oil You Must Know

Almost everyone knows that olive oil is good for our health, providing a wide range of health benefits. It is part of the Mediterranean diet – a diet which helps reduce the risk of peripheral arterial disease, sleep apnea, and cardiovascular mortality. Olive oil contains high levels of healthy monounsaturated fats, including oleic acid which […]

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How to Do a Sugar Detox in 10 Steps

How to Do a Sugar Detox in 10 Steps

Most people are aware that consuming sugar is not the smartest thing to do and that sugar is very bad. Also, research constantly reminds us that sugar is linked to terrible dental health, obesity and cardiovascular disease. However, there are a lot of people who think that sugar is not that bad. Such people should […]

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10 Healthy Snack Ideas Everyone Must Try

10 Healthy Snack Ideas You Must Try

All snack lovers, do not have to feel like they are making a mistake by eating between meals. These people can still enjoy their snacks, but they need to know which snacks they can eat between meals. Snack lovers should know that their snacks need to be from 15 to 20 g of carbs. If […]

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5 Ways to Keep Blood Glucose Levels Stable

5 Ways to Keep Your Blood Glucose Levels Stable

If someone is among the millions of people with insulin resistance, diabetes, and prediabetes, maintaining healthy blood glucose levels can be difficult and challenging. Even for people who are not at high risk for heart complications or developing diabetes, poorly managed blood glucose can cause common complications. Those complications are sugar cravings, fatigue, and weight […]

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How Pumpkin Affects Blood Glucose Levels?

Here's How Pumpkin Affects Blood Glucose Levels

Pumpkins are rich in many essential vitamins and minerals like potassium, iron, manganese, vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, and beta-carotene. Its nutrient content, however, depends on whether it’s fresh or canned. Canned pumpkin has higher levels of calories, carbs, and fiber as opposed to fresh. And, if you boil your raw pumpkin, it’ll have even […]

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