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Broccoli Aids Blood Sugar

We like broccoli. We know not everyone does, but maybe with a few tips we’ve shared in the past, you can add them to your plate. While everyone has an…

High-sugar Diet Can Make Food Less Tasty

A new study found that people who overeat may be doing so because they are not able to taste or enjoy their food as well as other people. Using fruit…

Oily Fish and Heart Health

When we think of foods to aid heart health, we usually discount any foods with “oily” in the name. After all, oil and fat are synonymous to cholesterol for many…

Cheese Improves Insulin Sensitivity in Study

Cheese is a category of food we love but sometimes avoid for our health. It’s high in sodium and saturated fat. But it’s also high in vitamins A, B2 and…

Are Potatoes Healthy?

Potatoes are a food almost universally loved. Their soft flesh can be baked, roasted, mashed, fried, boiled and more, making it easy to find a style for anyone’s preference. Their…

More Research Backs Meal Timing

Changing habits is much more achievable than dieting. It’s imperative to not live off of chocolate and chips. But sticking to a rigorous diet is draining. That’s why most of…

What Is Ghee and Should You Eat It?

Ghee is very “in” at the moment. It’s so trendy that, at the end of March, it was included in the Oscars’ famously over-the-top goody bags. The goody bags —…

Green Tea May Combat High Blood Sugar

There are many anecdotal and traditional medicine claims about green tea as a superfood (or super-drink in this case). While many traditional medicines are very beneficial, it’s better to have…

Is the Ice Cream Diet Real or Just Really Appealing?

The dietitian Holly McCord invented the ice cream diet in 2002. The diet follows a strict calorie count plus ice cream. The cover of the book offers a variety of…

Beans Can Help Manage Blood Sugar

If you have blood sugar concerns, you might write off beans as being too high in carbohydrates for you to enjoy. Frequently keto diets will warn you to avoid beans…