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You may have reached a time in your life when you’ve struggled with the rolls of fat collecting around your waist. You exercise occasionally, eat right when you can and practice every technique you know of on weight loss, but still that stubborn fat accumulates more and more each year. So here you are frustrated […]

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Snacks are a big deal!   Lifestyles are so busy. There’s no time to cook or prepare healthy foods. You grab whatever is quick and easy. That Snickers candy bar my husband used to grab occasionally fit the bill. It gave him some quick energy, gave his blood sugar a boost and curbed the hunger […]

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Reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes by reducing your BMI and triglycerides. Metabolic Syndrome risk factors play a huge part in your future health challenges. My last blog post introduced Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes. You learned that Metabolic Syndrome is a health challenge you want to avoid that is described by a […]

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Where are you in your health risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes? Metabolic Syndrome is a health challenge you want to avoid that is described by a cluster of risk factors associated with Type 2 Diabetes. You need to know and start taking charge of these risk factors. Obesity with waistlines over 40 […]

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    “Glycemic” in health terms has to do with the amount of sugar, mainly glucose, in something. Most of us know what a roller coaster is from our experiences at amusement parks. Roller coasters go up, down, make circles vertical or horizontal, and make sharp turns suddenly. Even when you know what is coming next on a […]

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    Response to “Study Finds Vitamin E May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer”      What is the real truth about vitamin E?  Vitamin E has been studied extensively over the past 2 or 3 decades and has been found to be a powerful nutrient.  That means that any question as to its safety […]

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  Weight Loss relationship to Diabetes, Heart Health, Cancer, Osteoarthritis, etc.     Are you at risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, osteoarthritis, or other health issues related to obesity?  Yes, you can have any of these obesity related diseases without being obese, but the risk is much higher if you have gained a few […]

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