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Xylitol and Diabetes

What is xylitol and is it safe for diabetics? Learn how many carbs and calories xylitol has, what it is, how to use it and more.

Sweet Potatoes: A Super Food for Diabetics?

While we all know the importance of including vegetables in meals, we can get pretty bored with the same lineup of veggies. If that’s the case with you, consider preparing sweet potatoes!

Eggs Can Be Eggsellent

Puns may be the lowest form of humor, but eggs can be an excellent source of important nutrients and health-protective substances. Includes recipe for Tomato Egg Nests with Spinach Bruschetta.

Children May Have Cholesterol Problems, Too

High cholesterol levels are not just found in adults. Children may have high cholesterol, too, even without being overweight. Over years, cholesterol overload has similar hazards as in adults – clogged arteries and injury to the heart.

Pizza: Your Choices Make the Difference

Americans love pizza — but can you guess how many calories are in each slice? Is it 150, 320, or maybe even 530? Depending on the type of pizza and size of the slice, all of these answers are right.

Coenzyme Q10: Should You Take This Supplement?

You may have heard claims that the supplement coenzyme Q10 can lower blood pressure, boost the immune system and improve certain heart diseases. There are also claims it can help fight cancer, Parkinson’s disease, wrinkles, diabetes, gum diseases and many other problems.

Sodium: Questions Remain

After many years of study, researchers now say that sodium may influence the blood pressure and heart health of some people more than others. Meanwhile, research has raised questions about how sodium consumption may affect two other serious health concerns: stomach cancer and osteoporosis.

Making Sense of Nutrition Research

Publicity about the recently released results from the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) on lowfat diets is a good example of the confusion the media causes when headlines seem to contradict earlier research results and common sense.

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