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Why We Should Walk After Eating Our Meal?

This Is Why You Should Walk After Eating Your Meal

Done eating? Well, it is time to get those sneakers and start walking. According to the latest research issued in Diabetes Care, a 15-minute walk after every meal can reduce the chance of developing diabetes type 2 and decrease the blood sugar levels. As the research says, walking every day can decrease the chance of […]

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5 Ways to Control Blood Glucose Naturally

5 Ways to Control Blood Glucose Naturally

Prediabetes or diabetes diagnosis may come as a shock, but the sooner people accept it, the easier they’ll manage it. Living with diabetes doesn’t mean people should stop leading a normal life, but making certain lifestyle changes that will help keep their blood sugar levels under control. Controlling blood sugar levels is of vital importance […]

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Exciting Discovery About Onion Extract

Exciting Discovery - Onion Extract Could Help Reduce Blood Glucose

Besides adding flavor to our dishes, onions boost our meals with iron, fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and other vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. What’s more, they are low in calories. Thanks to their incredible content, onions provide a wide range of health benefits, including: Boost the immune system, thanks to vitamin C and phytochemical content Relieve […]

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3 Healthy and Delicious Chicken Recipes

3 Healthy and Delicious Chicken Recipes

Chicken is one of the most commonly consumed meats around the world. But, it is especially popular among athletes due to the protein it contains. If we want to work out, it is a great idea to consume high-protein foods to achieve our fitness goals. Foods that contain plenty of protein can help lower size, […]

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