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Managing Insulin Resistance

…increases your insulin resistance. Focus on including judicious amounts of extra-virgin olive oil, and eating plenty of omega-3 fats (found in salmon, tuna, flaxseed, and sardines)—which helps in managing insulin resistance. * Eat moderate amounts of protein, which has little effect on blood…

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The Top 5 Health Benefits of Avocados

…avocados make salads more interesting, they are wonderful in omelets and egg scrambles, and these versatile fruits can be used in place of mayo in tuna fish, chicken, or egg salad. In short, they are one of the best foods for health you can incorporate into your diet. I want to leave you with a…

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Tips to Banish Bad Breath

…Doctor, by Sir John Harrington, 1609 As this verse laments, the major drawback to eating garlic—or other strong-smelling foods like onions or tuna fish—is bad breath. Usually, the smell is transient and can be masked with a good brushing or a mint or stick of gum. Chronic bad breath or…

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Healthy Diet Plan: Making Salads Interesting

…Chickpeas * Avocado slices * Tangerine slices * Diced mango * Sliced strawberries Add one of these: * Fresh caught cooked salmon * Low-mercury tuna * Diced baked chicken or roasted turkey * Steamed shrimp Top with one of these: * Olive oil and vinegar * Light salad dressing * Salsa * Easy…

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Supplement Sources of Omega-3s: What's the Difference?

…health. One of the best—and most recognized—dietary sources of omega-3s is fatty cold-water fish such as salmon, sardines, herring, and tuna. Eating these types of fish several times a week will give you plenty of these crucial fatty acids. However, most of us just don’t eat fish…

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Why Diabetes Drugs Fail Patients

…gain, but decreases your insulin sensitivity. Instead, you want to use judicious amounts of olive oil, as well as omega-3 fats (found in salmon, tuna, flaxseed, and sardines), which help to promote insulin sensitivity. 2) Eat moderate amounts of protein, which stimulate the release of glucagon, a…

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5 Weight Loss Myths, Debunked!

…to produce them on its own. Fresh raw nuts and seeds are rich in omega-6 fatty acids, while cold-water fish (salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, tuna, and trout) and flaxseed are the richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Weight Loss Myth #4: “Healthy” Sugars Are Okay to Eat Sugar and…

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