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Harvard Health Jun 16
To help you understand how the foods you are eating might impact your blood glucose level, here is an abbreviated chart of the glycemic index for more than 60 common foods.
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Sarah Hanratty 14h
Do you struggle with seasonal affective disorder (SAD)?
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Oogali Store 2h
Folding Luminous Makeup Mirrors
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BigToneTheGuido Jun 21
So took a shot on these rather expensive protein bagels. And, the jury is still out ... They taste like cardboard, but at 28gs of high quality protein (no soy) they might be worth the poor taste!!!
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Berner, PT, DPT, RDN 13h
Kicking this morning off right! Lecturing Human Nutrition for
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Cell Metabolism Jun 22
Work by Hall et al. on ultra-processed foods has gained wide attention from both nutrition scientists and the general public. The article & two related Letters: now free to the public.
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ᴋᴇɴ ᴄʜᴏᴡ Jun 23
🍎 Not all are created equal, nutritionally speaking. A Canadian study found that the darker, thick-skinned red apples such as Red Delicious have higher concentrations of compared to...
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Darren T. Jones 5h
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Pioneer Construction Jun 18
We had the pleasure of sharing our lunch hour with Kerry Lamarche, Certified Wellness Coach last week. The workshop educated us on the science of , popular and other helpful tips on how to improve our overall nutrition. Thank you for joining us Kerry!
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Merrion Fetal Health 5h
-fish and omega fats especially omega-3s and 6s - discover more:
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Betty Lynn Thomson 48m
It's important to know what is in the food you eat.
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Charles Fernandez 2m
Here are some of the health benefits of olive oil.    http://re/maxrealtygroupthecolegroup.ctnt.co/content/2018/06/Olive-Oil-benefits/af-346-7-t
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Darren Sneddon Jun 17
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