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Sebnem Karasu Dec 5
DON’T eat romaine lettuce from Salinas, CA. CDC reports 102 people got sick so far with E.coli, one as recent as last week. Be careful not to order salad with romaine as you will most likely not know the source.
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Ahmad Dec 5
I just thought I should share!
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Ashika Ranganath Nov 26
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Lipi Roy, MD, MPH, FASAM Nov 26
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Team BeMyHealth Nov 23
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StepChain Dec 4
Break the barriers and open up to the new world. It's time to up your game, today & every day! Live the freedom, enjoy an active life and achieve your goal. The time to shine is now!
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Kristie Leong M.D. Nov 27
Yes, even the dogs in our household love ! She’s 6 yrs old with good teeth & boundless energy. Maybe the veggies helps. :)
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Kristie Leong M.D. Nov 27
Sesame seeds are surprisingly high in . A teaspoon has 88 milligrams. Try toasting them for more flavor. Add to salads or morning porridge.
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shobha Nov 24
What a veggie-ful day in a farmlet! Hoeing, sowing, touching the rich earth, harvesting the greens- and then farm to table. This is what a perfect weekend should be.
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Team BeMyHealth Nov 23
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Lori Shemek, PhD Nov 26
Did You Know? Being hungry before eating keeps you healthier & being actually hungry before a meal keeps your blood sugar levels lower even after the meal <= which is a key component to optimal health.
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Kristen Jakobitz Nov 25
& are low in calories, so they can help you manage your while still feeling satisfied, thanks to their fiber and water content. Replacing higher-calorie foods with fruits & vegetables is an easy first step to a plan.
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The Think Farms Nov 27
Replying to @TheThinkFarms
There are so many health benefits to using tumeric.
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My Vital C Dec 5
Studies show that meals with increase feelings of fullness longer compared to meals without. Avocado Increases satiety hormones that suppress hunger, and make you feel full. Avocado therefore helps to avoid overeating and supports
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Bliss Medical Centre Dec 3
4 essential vitamins this rainy season: 🔹Vitamin D-From eggs, fish and dairy products 🔹Vitamin C-From citrus fruits and leafy greens 🔹Vitamin E-From Nuts, Vegetable oils and Whole grains 🔹Vitamin A-From Carrots and Sweet potatoes to prevent vitamin deficiency.
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Kristen Jakobitz 11h
Who knew spelled some of the most nutrient dense you can find... L eafy greens O live oil V egetables E ggs
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SES Research Nov 26
Nuts like Almonds have an effect on your endocrine system, which can assist in lowering your levels of cholesterol. They can also help lower insulin and maintain levels.
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followPhyllis 19m
Grab a banana for breakfast! They are known as the happy fruit. Eating just one can help relieve irritable emotions, anger, and depression.
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Lori Shemek, PhD Nov 25
I often get asked how to eat healthy on a budget. Did you know that eating unhealthy can cost you more? Check out #8. Here is a great resource for clever ways to eat healthy on a budget:
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Abi Reader Nov 23
Happy weekend folks! If you haven’t had your fix this morning... WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN??? 🤷🏻‍♀️😆🐄🥛🥞🍦🥣
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