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Are Onions Affecting Your Blood Sugar Levels

Are Onions Affecting The Blood Sugar Levels?

By Gabriela | Foods

The onion and the tears which elicit while cutting are worth the great aroma and flavor which they offer. Onions are part of the same plant family as shallots, garlic, scallions, and leeks. All these vegetables have similar nutritional profiles and offer many health benefits, mainly because of their sulfur-containing compounds. The American Diabetes Association, […]

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9 Reasons Why Everyone Should Drink Blueberry Tea

9 Reasons Why Everyone Should Drink Blueberry Tea

By Gabriela | Foods

In recent decades, blueberries have become very famous due to the discovery that they contain powerful antioxidant potential and have a positive effect on overall health. Blueberry tea is also gaining popularity. This tea is made simple by steeping the dried leaves of the bush of the blueberry. These leaves are abundant in nutrients and […]

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6 Impressive Health Benefits of Raspberries

6 Impressive Health Benefits of Raspberries

By Gabriela | Foods

This small, red, delicious fruit is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber. What’s more, the high levels of the phenolic compound called ellagic acid it contains help prevent and stop the growth of cancer cells. Raspberry oil has a sun-protecting factor and anti-aging properties. Also, it helps the weight loss process and improves the immune […]

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5 Wonderful Health Benefits of Black Seed Oil and How to Use It

5 Wonderful Health Benefits of Black Seed Oil and How to Use It

By Gabriela | Foods

A lot of people in America haven’t heard about black seed oil, even though its benefits are presented in over 630 scientific peer-review articles. It’s one of the healthiest oils with virtually no side effects. Black seed oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-hypersensitive, anti-bacterial, antifungal, anti-diarrhea, analgesic, appetite stimulant, liver tonic, digestive, and diuretic properties. Its composition […]

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Sugar or Salt - Which is Worse for Your Blood Sugar and Overall Health?

Sugar or Salt – Which is Worse for Blood Sugar and Overall Health?

By Gabriela | Foods

When it comes to lowering blood pressure, everyone suggests reducing sodium intake and salt. According to the ADA, i.e., American Diabetes Association the dietary pattern should include increasing potassium intake, moderating alcohol intake, increasing physical activity, and reducing sodium intake. On the other hand, the CDC, i.e., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that […]

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