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DRINK THE RIGHT BEVERAGE >>> LOSE WEIGHT!

Most people believe that sports drinks are the best source to replenish lost fluids and electrolytes before and during exercise. THIS IS WRONG. Like diet or regular sodas and smoothies, “energy” drinks or sports drinks contain sugar, high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), high amounts of sodium (processed salt),

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FROM STORE SHELF TO FORK MyKetoPal is Helping Shoppers Connect the Dots !!

COOKING DEMO & FOOD TASTING @ Hemet “GROCERY OUTLET Hemet.” MyKetoPal is continuing its mission to help out shoppers to make better food choices and lead healthier lives every day. We thank Hemet “GROCERY OUTLET” for providing the space for our food cooking demo and tasting stand

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How to keep stress under control and your mind sharp all day long?

Adult human brain weighs about 3 pounds (1,300-1,400 gr). While the brain makes up only 2% of the total body weight, it uses 20% of our daily total energy and oxygen intake. The brain is comprised of about 100 billion neurons, or nerve cells. The neurons which reside in

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MCT Oil (Liquid Coconut Oil): The Coconut Oil Dregs

If there is one truism in the world of food manufacturing, it is this. If a particular whole food becomes popular with consumers, food manufacturers will figure out a way to adulterate and cleverly market it. The endgame is that the average consumer is fooled into believing that

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Ketosis Makes Your Brain Work Better

Every morning for the last four and a half months, I’ve broken off a large chunk of grass fed butter (usually around 50 grams or just over three tablespoons) and a couple tablespoons of coconut oil and thrown them in a blender with my morning coffee. You

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Chia Seed – the Superfood

Chia Seeds   Origin of chia These tiny black seeds were first used in central Mexico by the Aztecs as early as 3500 B.C. They were so appreciated that Aztecs offered chia seeds to their gods during religious ceremonies. Besides being a key raw material for medicines,

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A Bold New Experimental Treatment for Alzheimer’s Dementia

Alzheimer’s Dementia is a neurodegenerative condition that affects five million Americans in 2014. In fact, a third of seniors will die with the disease or another type of dementia (1). The cause is unknown, but over time the brain cells begin to fill up with waste products

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Finding omega-3 fats in fish: Farmed versus wild

Recently, a Harvard Heart Letter subscriber emailed us a question: Is there a difference between farm-raised and wild-caught salmon in terms of omega-3 fatty acid content? I’ve wondered about this myself while standing at the fish counter at my local grocery store. I can often find farm-raised

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KETOGENIC FOOD HAUL for two people for a week

SUGGESTIONS FOR THE STARTERS OF KETOGENIC LIFESTYLE   This weekend we helped a friend with her starter food kit for KETOGENIC DIET. She is totally stoked about having made the decision to change her lifestyle as well as her husband’s to combat several chronic conditions they have.

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Manage Your Blood Sugar… Naturally!

Essential Knowledge: Where in our body are carbohydrates digested? The two digestible carbohydrates are starches and sugars. Whenever we consume foods containing carbohydrates (breads/pastas/cereals/fruits/sugars), these carbs are digested, or broken down along the gastrointestinal tract into their most elementary form “glucose.“ The starches are broken apart by the enzyme “Amylase” in the mouth

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