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Jul 02 2012

A Simple Tip To Improve Diabetes

Published by under Diabetes,Health

  A simple meal plan of eating vegetables at the beginning of a meal achieved better blood sugar control than an exchanged-based diet. Researchers in Japan wanted to learn if patients could improve their diabetic control with the  simple dietary recommendation to eat  vegetables before carbohydrate at meals. To test the theory they divided  101 [...]

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May 16 2012

Weight loss and Breastfeeding- GO SLOW

While you breastfeed, you should lose weight more slowly than you would otherwise.  Safe weight loss for most adult women when not nursing is thought to be one to two pounds per week, or about eight pounds a month.  For breastfeeding moms, safe weight loss after the first postpartum month is thought to be only [...]

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Apr 30 2012

New Mothers- Don’t Skip Meals!

New moms often ask me what they should eat to help them and their babies be healthy. All new mothers ( breast and bottle feeding) run the risk of fatigue and for that reason  I recommend eating  frequently to control hunger and overeating.  Snacks that contain protein, complex carbohydrate, and some fat help keep your [...]

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Apr 02 2012

Seafood- Should I Eat It?

    Yes, You  should eat more seafood Seafood includes fish such as salmon, tuna, trout and tilapia and shellfish, such as shrimp, crab and oysters and it  carries a lot of nutrients but it is it’s omega-3 fatty acid content known as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) that makes it so important. [...]

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Dec 18 2011

Eight Gifts for Young Cooks

It takes time to teach safe and proper cooking, but if your child is interested and enjoys the process you are spending true “quality time” together and participating in a parent -child tradition that once made children feel “important” in the family. Here are some of the items that make good gifts for any new [...]

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