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Harvard Health Jun 11
Eat these foods daily (or at least often):
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Harvard Health Jun 13
These foods can help you fight inflammation.
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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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Self Care Association Jun 12
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IFST Jun 13
Scotland will become the first part of the UK to set maximum limits for consumption of red processed meat over the course of the school week This move is part of the initiative to make school food healthier
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🚴‍♀️ AnneGuzman 🇨🇦 Jun 13
It’s important to not only teach our clients what to change about their & why, but HOW. The how is the hard part, because is often deeply engrained & related to emotion & context or environment. All the information in the world is only useful if acted upon.
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Food Databanks 2h
Up next is Maria Traka from talking about the role of microbiome in
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FAO Jun 14
Did you know pulses... 👇 🔸Contain no cholesterol 🔸Are low in sodium 🔸Are a great source of plant-based protein 🔸Are a good source of iron Check our more reasons why we all should have pulses in our diet 👉
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Lindsey Klunder Jun 12
A full afternoon/evening of Jag softball means fresh batch of energy bites!
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Harvard Health Jun 14
Vitamin B12 deficiency can be sneaky, harmful:
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Nutrition Society Jun 12
Following our recent joint letter we are delighted to announce that today the government has launched a new consultation (published later today) proposing plans to fortify UK flour with folic acid.
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Nobesity Jun 17
Why you should drink plenty of water when dieting...
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