Aug 29, 2017 Great Food Sources of FiberDo you struggle to consume enough fiber? You can boost fiber with careful food choices from a number of different food groups. Getting enough fiber does not mean you have to eat high carb. Read this post for tips on how to boost your fiber content.
May 7, 2015 How Much Added Sugar is in Yogurt?
Learn how to estimate added sugars in yogurt. Post also includes a chart of estimated added sugars for three popular brands sold in the United States.
Dec 17, 2014 Using Glycemic Index to Your Advantage
Yes, we are lucky to have the availability of convenient foods for our busy lives. The downside is that most of these foods are more processed. As a result, they may make it easier to gain weight and ultimately lead to health issues that may be difficult to manage. Glycemic Index (GI) can be a useful tool for those looking to better control their glucose response after meals, and it may also help with weight loss and insulin resistance. Try a few of the suggested strategies to help control the glycemic response after meals and snacks.
Nov 12, 2014 Stay Full Longer: Take the Fiber Challenge
Have you ever noticed how quickly you feel hungry again after eating a piece of white bread for breakfast with jam? Does your afternoon snack seem too far away when you just eat a salad for lunch? For me, it does.
Oct 15, 2014 Garbanzo Bonanza: Excellent for Weight Loss
Due to its high fiber content, garbanzo beans are excellent for weight loss diets because they keep you fuller longer and control appetite.
May 20, 2014 It's More Than Just the Fiber
Chances are you have heard that whole grains are good for the body. You probably think they are preferred over refined or processed grains because of the fiber, right? It turns out that it is more than just the dietary fiber that makes whole grains so healthy for the human body.
Feb 4, 2014 Diabetes Diary: How Do You Count Your Carbs?
This post describes different carb counting methods and why some methods might be more helpful than others.
Oct 24, 2013 Stop the In-Sugar-Anity!
Sugar is the monster hiding in your kitchen cupboards this Halloween season. Find it and get rid of it for a healthier life. You might surprised all the places it can hide.
Do you struggle to consume enough fiber? Not all foods are equally well-endowed – some foods are naturally higher than others. This post focuses on food sources of fiber rather than fiber supplements.
The Liquid Culprit: Sugary Drink Consumption Stats Released The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released America's ' report card ' for sugary drink consumption, and sufficed to say we need study harder. The CDC found that half the population age 2 and older drink a sugary beverage...
Jun 21, 2011 Ditch the Sugar Bombs!
Ditch the Sugar Bombs! Starting the day with a good breakfast fuels your body for work or exercise, is linked to having a healthier body weight, and can be an easy way to increase your intake of dietary fiber. But if you eat cereal for breakfast, then avoid the sugar bombs – the ones that are loaded...
Feb 15, 2011 Dietary Fiber & Heart Health
Dietary Fiber & Heart Health Last October (10/19/11), I posted " Basics of Dietary Fiber ." Today's post will focus on soluble or viscous fibers, the type that seems to be particularly helpful in reducing low density lipoprotein (LDL) levels when they are high.
Jan 4, 2011 Beans for 2011
Beans for 2011 In the U.S., eating black-eyed peas on New Year's Day is supposed to bring good luck and prosperity. I find this amusing. If black-eyed peas are so lucky, then why not eat them every day? All kidding aside, black-eyed peas and other dried beans and peas are very nutritious, inexpensive
Oct 19, 2010 Basics of Dietary Fiber
Basics of Dietary Fiber Dietary fiber is a type of carbohydrate that is not digested in the human gut. It can be found naturally in whole plant foods (intrinsic or intact), but it can also be isolated or synthesized and added to manufactured foods (functional fiber).
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