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Enjoy tasty food without too much fat, sugar, and salt

If this were 1990, people would laugh if you suggested adding avocado to toast.  Fat was the enemy and low-fat and fat-free products including cookies, crackers, cheese, salad dressings took over the grocery stores. Thankfully science has progressed, and we … Continue reading

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What Sugar and Fat Have in Common – and why you should care

Holiday indulgences can result in more than gaining a few extra pounds. Fatty sweet cookies, pies, and candy as well as excess calories and alcohol can lead to a spike in your triglycerides. Why should this concern you? It may … Continue reading

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Coo Coo for Coconut Oil

It seems like everywhere I go, people are talking about coconut oil. Either they are consuming it already or intend on getting some because they’ve heard about its remarkable health benefits. Coconut oil is heavily promoted on websites and proclaimed … Continue reading

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