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Addicted to Food has Fundamentally Changed You

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Share Addicted to food can show itself in many different ways. The certain damage is to your physical and mental health. There are times when we just can’t stop eating. What happens when it becomes something serious? Eight out of 100 people have full-blown food addiction, say doctors and recovery coaches. While you may not have something so extreme, many …

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Vitamin D Sunshine Weight Loss Diet Plan

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Share Vitamin D is being studied for its potential to fight diseases and medical problems including diabetes, hypertension, cancer and autoimmune conditions such as multiple sclerosis. Vitamin D is believed to help improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin and thus reducing the risk of insulin resistance. Some doctors even believe this vitamin helps regulate the production of insulin in the …

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Reduce Sugar Intake and Diabetic Complications

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Share Reduce sugar that is added on, not natural sugars, in whole foods. The average American consumes over 65 pounds of added sugar every year. Are you struggling with sugar? Can’t manage the cravings? It is literally in everything and sugar cravings can be really difficult to manage. Here are ten top tips to reduce sugar in your diet without …

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Cure Diabetes with these Top 10 Foods

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Share Cure Diabetes the disease in which your blood glucose or blood sugar levels are too high. Insulin is the hormone that helps the glucose enter your cells to give them energy.  With type 1 diabetes, your body does not make insulin. With type 2 diabetes, your body does not make or does not use insulin well. This means that …

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Eat to Beat the Menopause

Share Hot flushes? Foggy brain? Mood swings? Here’s how to get your own homemade HRT on a plate for Diabetics. Homemade HRT for Mood Swings TRY reducing your sugar intake. FOR keeping mood more stable. Avoid sugary snacks, which can lead to tiredness and low mood when blood/sugar levels dip. Nutritional therapists say, sugar uses up a valuable mineral called …

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