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Whether you are concerned about weight control, disease prevention, eating on a budget, or just overall good health, beans are part of the answer. Test your knowledge and learn more by answering the questions below. 1. Beans provide plenty of protein, with the added bonus of being low in:...
 
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High in protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals and low in sodium and fat, beans can be magically transformed from a handful of pebbles to a pot full of yum that is low in cost and high in flavor. Beans can be boiled, steamed, slow-cooked and even barbecued, but baking...
 
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Did you know that a watermelon is made up of about 92% water? Watermelon can actually be traced back thousands of years to a desert in southern Africa and is now grown in over 96 countries around the world. This delicious fruit is now coming into season in North America and can be found in ... Cool Watermelon
 
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One of the most common hormonal disorders is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). It affects about 6% of premenopausal women and is characterized by acne, increased facial hair, irregular periods and infertility. Women with this condition typically have higher levels of male hormones and lower levels of estrogen and very...
 
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Do you wish your family would eat more fruits and vegetables? Like most people, you probably already know they are important sources of essential vitamins and minerals and that they are high in fiber and low in fat and calories. Eating them helps lower the risk of certain diseases...