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    The Salt Myth - Less Salt Isn’t Always Better

    The Salt Myth - Less Salt Isn’t Always Better

    Salt not only enhances the flavor of the foods we eat and we cook, it is also essential for regulating important processes in the body such as controlling blood pressure and it is an essential electrolyte that helps the brain and nerves send electrical impulses throughout the body.

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    Is Breakfast the Most Important Meal of the Day?

    Is Breakfast the Most Important Meal of the Day?

    Fat-loaded breakfast burritos, sugary cereals, and donuts have become just some of the standard American breakfast foods, making the morning meal one of the most unhealthy of the day—unstable blood sugar levels, weight gain, chronic sluggishness, and long-term health issues are the result.

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    Are All Carbs the Same?

    Are All Carbs the Same?
    Carbs are not all bad! Carbohydrates break down into glucose molecules that the body needs for fuel—carbs provide energy and structure to living things—still, carbs have become the pariah for those trying to manage their weight and blood sugar.

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    Ten Ways to Raise Your Child’s Nutrition I.Q.

    Ten Ways to Raise Your Child’s Nutrition I.Q.
    A great deal of research has been done that shows a child’s brain development and learning can be affected by a lack of vitamins and minerals—children who are vitamin and mineral deficient, and who eat diets high in unhealthy fats and sugars, tend to have lower I.Q. scores and overall academic, extracurricular, and behavioral performance than children who eat nutrient-rich meals and snacks.

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    Is Sugar Sugar?

    Is Sugar Sugar?

    On average, Americans consume more than a 150 pounds of some kind of sweetener a year—that’s equivalent to about 30 bags of sugar—or 52 teaspoons of added sugar per day. Too much sugar consumption can lead to heart disease, weight gain, diabetes, premature wrinkling of the skin, reduced brain function, cancer, and depression.

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