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    Wellness Wednesday: Learn a new recipe each week

    Drooling over food pictures in cookbooks or on Instagram, but find yourself fixing the same staples each week? With so many food blogs and pictures of professionally-styled dishes at our fingertips, the thought of trying a new recipe may seem more overwhelming than enjoyable. However, trying a new healthy recipe each week can be interesting, exciting, and worth the work. Healthy doesn’t have to be boring and mastering new culinary skills can help up your enjoyment at dinner (and lunch and breakfast).   Benefits Trying a new new recipe can make you more mindful about what you eat. When cooking for  

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    Try These Brain Foods to Improve Your Mood

    “Our brains evolved to eat almost anything to survive, but increasingly we know there’s a way to fuel it to improve overall mental health,” said Dr. Ramsey, author of the book “Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety.” “We know if you eat a bunch of garbage, you feel like garbage, but the idea that it extends into our mental health risk is a connection we haven’t made in psychiatry until recently.” Try some new ‘brain’ foods To help patients remember the best foods to eat to support brain health, Dr. Ramsey has devised a simple mantra: “Seafood, greens, nuts and  

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    Dietary flavanols may help burn off body fat

    Share on PinterestNew research in mice suggests that flavanols, found in cocoa, among other foods, may help burn off body fat. Kike Arnaiz/Stocksy Cocoa, apple, grapeseed, red wine, and a few other dietary sources contain high levels of flavanols (FL), also known as flavan-3-ols, which have been linked to some health benefits. Previous studies suggest that FL-rich foods have significant potential in managing cardiovascular health, improving cholesterol levels, and increasing glucose tolerance. Now, using mice models, scientists have investigated the relationship between dietary FL intake and fat metabolism. The study’s results reveal fresh clues that may one day become  

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    What to eat, avoid, and more

    Cholesterol is a waxy-like substance found in each cell of the body. Consuming too much cholesterol in the diet increases cardiovascular issues. Avoiding the intake of certain foods reduces the risks. Cholesterol performs important functions, including: However, high cholesterol in the blood may cause health issues, such as high blood pressure and atherosclerosis. Implementing lifestyle changes and reducing the amount of cholesterol in the diet is important to decrease high cholesterol or maintain healthy cholesterol levels. This article discusses what causes high cholesterol, foods to avoid, and some low cholesterol-containing foods and low cholesterol lunches. Cholesterol is attached to  

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    Growing Consumption of Low-Fat Food Products Positions Fat Replacer Market to Surpass US$ 3.5 Bn by 2031

    NEW YORK, Jan. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As per latest Fact.MR analysis, the global fat replacer market is set to top US$ 2 Bn by the end of 2021. Rapid adoption of fat replacers in food and beverage industry is the major factor propelling the sales at a healthy CAGR of 6%, surpassing US$ 3.5 Bn by 2031. Rising demand for low-fat diets, growing health awareness among people, expanding food & beverage industry and increasing prevalence of diabetes are some of the factors driving the fat replacer market. Fat replacers are substances used to mimic and replace fats  

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    16 low calorie fast food options

    We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. From McDonald’s breakfast to KFC popcorn chicken, from Nando’s chicken wings to Taco Bell beef taco, we’ve rounded up the healthiest fast food options from a variety of popular fast-food restaurants.  Fast food is often associated with a high calorie and saturated fat count however there are a few items on the menu that are actually considered a healthy take out. These items tend to be under the 500 calorie mark as well as being less than 5g of saturated fat per portion. They’re  

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    16 Foods to Avoid (or Limit) on the Keto Diet

    The keto diet is an extremely low carb, high fat diet. The goal is to achieve a metabolic state of ketosis, in which your body burns mostly fat instead of carbs for energy (1, 2, 3, 4). While controversial and not for everyone, the keto diet has been linked to weight loss and potential short-term health benefits like improved blood pressure (5). If you’re looking to begin or maintain ketosis, there are some foods to avoid — specifically, foods that are too high in carbs. The structure of carb molecules is simple, making  

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