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The Nordic Diet: Health Benefits and Tips

Several healthy hallmarks of the Nordic Diet include: Regularly eating fatty fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, which reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke. Use of canola oil. Canola oil is …

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7 Free Nutrition Handouts

7 Free Nutrition Education Handouts Free Nutrition Handout Kit It's So Easy is a new nutrition handout collection by Food and Health Communications, Inc. It consists of 7 handouts …

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Healthy on a Budget: Go Green!

A recent study published in Aging Mental Health found a link between fruit and vegetable intake and improved physical as well as cognitive health in older populations. A study done in 11 …

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Cacao, Cocoa, Chocolate, and Your Health

There are also some health conditions where cacao and cocoa may have a negative effect, including acne, heartburn, and migraines in some people. Cacao, cocoa and chocolate contain caffeine, with cacao and cacao nibs containing …

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Micronutrient Review

Micronutrients, on the other hand, don't drive the calories in your eating pattern. That said, they can still have a significant impact on your health. They're just needed in much smaller …

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Free Resolution Calendar for the New Year

With built-in goal suggestions and a variety of activities, this calendar has something for everyone. What are you waiting for? Download the Resolution Calendar Now. Here is an excerpt: July: …

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Protect Your Health with Fiber

Here are ways to obtain more soluble fiber: Include beans, peas, lentils, or other legumes in salads, soups, or grain dishes. Choose oatmeal or oat-based cereal at breakfast. Try overnight …

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Heart Disease Guide

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine , “The most common cause of heart disease is narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries, the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart …

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Strategies for Managing Processed Foods in Your Eating Pattern

Choose foods where the first 3 ingredients are whole foods. Prepare meals from scratch as much as possible. If you want a crunchy, salty snack choose popcorn (avoid …

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Lettuce: Leafy, Healthy, and Delicious!

No lettuce contains fat or cholesterol. Each type has <1 to 2 grams carbohydrate and 0.3 to 1.6 grams fiber per cup. All types of lettuce are naturally low in sodium, containing 20g or less …

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