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It seems like carbs and carbohydrate-rich foods are vilified as public enemy number one every few years. Carb-loathers shun fruit and pasta in favor of steak and poultry, eating bun-less bacon cheeseburgers instead of beans and rice. After all, carbohydrates do raise blood glucose, so it seems logical to...
 
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According to MyPlate, people should make at least half of all the grains they eat each day whole grains. That sounds like a straightforward premise, right? However, when you can’t eat gluten, getting healthful whole grains into your diet can be a bit tricky. What is Gluten? Gluten is...
 

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Steel Cut Oats with Apples and Cherries Serves: 8 | Serving Size: 1/2 cup 1 cup steel cut oats 3 cups water 1/2 cup dried apples, chopped 1/2 cup dried cherries (pitted) Big dash of apple pie spice Drizzle honey (1/2 tsp per person) Skim or soy milk (1/2 cup per person) Place the oats, ... Dust Off Your Crock Pot!
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Healing Foods for a Healthy Life: Part One The foods you eat -- as well as your activity levels -- are major players in maintaining optimal health. Check out these food and health pairings: Heart-Healthy Fare Fat affects your heart, for better or for worse. It’s type of fat that matters. Saturated fat, which is ... Healing Foods for a Healthy Life: Part One
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1) Lowering saturated fat and cholesterol in your diet will help you lower your LDL, or bad cholesterol, and risk of heart disease. 2) Seafood twice a week is a good idea to lower heart disease. Experts say you should limit your seafood intake to no more than 12...