PortionMate! Is it the Solution to Right Size Portion?

Many people following a meal plan focus on the number of calories in each food. This becomes challenging to manage. It is easier to use “Portion Mate” – A meal and snack measuring tool. It takes away the guesswork and all the other methods that you use to align right sized portions. One of the…

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Good News About Eating Less Sugar!

Part 2 Here’s Some Good New About Eating Less Sugar! Some More Helpful Tips • Visit your dentist at least every six months. Brush and floss your teeth thoroughly after snacks and meals, especially after eating sweets. Fluoride toothpaste is good choice. • Limit sweets as much as you can and eat small portions only once…

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Healthy Teeth and Bodies From Food!

How To Get Healthy Teeth And Bodies From Food! Dump candies, cakes, cookies and other sugar-filled snacks although they taste good. But too much sweet can be harmful for your teeth and body. Why Is Sugar Bad For Your Teeth? Sugar eats away at your teeth. This is called tooth decay. Tooth decay results when…

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Immunity – Eating Healthy Foods To Keep It Strong

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Part 2 – How Anti-oxidants in foods give protection The antioxidants stand guard between free radicals and healthy immune cells. The anti-oxidants fire up their own electrons to the free radicals. These neutralize the free radicals stopping them from doing further harm. In the process our bodies; immune cells stay protected and strong. Researchers found…

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Green Tea And It’s Differences

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Green Tea: Is It’s Goodness to Health & Wellness the Difference in its Process?  The three types of tea, black, green and oolong all start the same way when cultivated as a bush on the tea plantation. The buds and tender leaves are picked and dried on racks before you are able to buy them…

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Nutrition Facts About Fruit – Part 2

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Amazing Facts How to Sort the Nutrition Information About Fruit Many factors may attribute to the findings One idea suggests that the flavonoids of lemon may inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Fruits are a great helper in losing weight. Researchers in Brazil asked women to add 3 apples, pears or equal amount of fiber…

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Diet: Fall Foods to Boost Winter Blues and Cancer

Fall brings a wide spectrum of foods to the grocery stores and farmers‘ markets that can boost your immunity. You can plan and serve different varieties of fruits and vegetables that will help you during the cold months and in general the whole year. Combine these colorful fruits and vegetables that depict the colors of…

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How Exercise Fits into Your Health & Fitness

Losing Weight Exercise is so essential to healthy living and does so much for our bodies – mentally, physically and spiritually. There are so many ways to fit exercise in that there are virtually no excuses for not exercising. There is an abundance of scientific evidence showing that exercise can help you age gracefully get…

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Set a Healthy Family Table for the Holidays

Dear Healthy Readers, The holidays are a time for celebration. Yet for so many Americans, trepidation brews. What causes this? Some people feel that the celebration comes with tempting foods that will sabotage their healthy diet – and they usually do, if planned strategies are not in place. Some time ago, a study conducted by…

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De-stress and Detoxify for the New Year

January is a great time to “ring out” the old. We often cap off a year of not-so-healthy habits with year-end celebrations featuring decadent foods and libations. It’s no wonder that many people start each year feeling worn out and fatigued. These are also signs of a potential overload of internal “junk” you’ve built up…

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