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Americans love yogurt. In fact, yogurt consumption in the United States rose from 6.5 pounds per person in 2000 to 13.4 pounds per person in 2018, according to the website Statista. That’s a whole lot of spoonfuls of this nutrient-rich, convenient, and tasty dairy product. But does yogurt have a place in the diet and […]

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The signs of some health problems appear like blinking red warning lights alerting you to an immediate and serious problem. Conditions like a heart attack or stroke fit into that category. But other health issues make themselves known more gradually or subtly, even though they may be just as important. Such is the case with […]

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Best Snacks For Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

A healthy diet is an absolute necessity for anyone living with diabetes. What you put into your body plays an oversize role in the amount of glucose you have in your bloodstream. Therefore, a well-balanced and diabetes-friendly diet can be the key to keeping diabetes in check. Understandably, meals are a big focus of dietary […]

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