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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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About the “Healing Chronic Illness Through Nutrition” workshop series

When 30% of our family members, children, friends, neighbors and co-workers are affected by chronic illness, we all are. In the second week of coming January, MyKetoPal  is launching its 2018 “Healing Chronic Illness Through Nutrition” workshop program in the greater San Jacinto Valley, California. This 4-part lecture

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Starting right here in the San Jacinto Valley, let’s make lives better !

When 30% of our family members, children, friends, neighbors and co-workers are affected by chronic illness, we all are. On Monday, October 16, 2017 MyKetoPal  is launching the fall program for the “Healing Chronic Illness Through Nutrition” workshop series in San Jacinto, California. This 5-part lecture program is

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Marketing Tricks that Make Carb Counting Tough: Net Carbs, Sugar Alcohols, etc.

People who are trying to cut down on their carbs can have a tough time determining how many grams of carbs are really in the foods they buy. Every drugstore and supermarket in U.S. is filled with snack products that claim to be perfect for people with

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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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Diabetes crisis grips Southern California

Sarah Cooke listened as her aging diabetic patients vented about trying to cope with the pernicious disease. “Guilt and denial, that’s pretty much it,” said a woman with short gray hair. “Confused,” said another woman wearing wire-rimmed glasses. “I don’t know what I can eat and what

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Deconstructed Nutella: nuts, cocoa – and 58% sugar

Name: Nutella. Age: 53-ish. Place of birth: Piedmont, Italy. Appearance: Lovely brown gloop. Yeah. Who doesn’t love Nutella? Well, some people say it might be bad for you. Bad for me? But nuts are healthy and it’s called “Nut-ella”. Doh. Well, someone in Germany has recreated a

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The Limits of Sugar Guidelines

Is there a danger in governments offering too-specific advice on sugar consumption? A firestorm recently erupted over a paper in the Annals of Internal Medicine that found official advice limiting sugar in diets to be based on “low” or “very low” quality evidence. Because a food-industry group had funded the

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Do sugar substitutes spike our insulin secretion?

Not all sweeteners are created equal. There are multiple types of sweeteners, all of them chemically distinct from each other. It turns out that some of these sugar substitutes are even more harmful than sugars in many aspects. Despite not being sugar, some artificial sweeteners induce the same

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Target: Blood Sugar Health

Published in WholeFoods Magazine November 2016 … Did you know that more than 29 million Americans have diabetes (1)? That’s more than 9% of the total population. The numbers climb every year with approximately 1.4 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes every year (1). With numbers like these,

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