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Friday December 15th 2017

‘Diet Plan’ Articles

Making a healthy baby food

Making a healthy baby food

Making Baby Food Homemade baby foods can help you provide low-cost nutritious foods for your little one. Com- mercial baby foods are convenient and safe, but they often contain more water, starch, and sugar than homemade ones. Most babies do not need solid foods until they are about 4 to 6 months of age. Before that age most babies have not learned to swallow solid foods. The sucking reflex pushes the tongue forward in the mouth and pushes out solid foods. You can force food down the

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The Most Common Causes Of Liver Diseases And Gallstones

The Most Common Causes Of Liver Diseases And Gallstones

Credits: The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush, by Andreas Moritz The Most Common Causes Of Liver Disease And Gallstones Bile consists of water, mucous, bile pigment (bilirubin), bile salts and cholesterol, as well as enzymes and friendly, essential bacteria. This greenish fluid is produced by liver cells that pass it into tiny canals, known as bile canaliculi. These join up to form larger canals which, in turn, connect with the right and left hepatic ducts. The two hepatic ducts

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SCIENCE OF STAYING YOUNG AND LIVING LONGER: FIRST STEP TO STAYING YOUNGER AT ANY AGE

SCIENCE OF STAYING YOUNG AND LIVING LONGER: FIRST STEP TO STAYING YOUNGER AT ANY AGE

SO, what’s the science? Is there any? …. These are the most asked questions that we hate to ask our doc when we are curious ti know about signs of aging… and some these questions are nothing but the actual symptoms of aging. Why don’t French women get fat? How much fish should you eat, and when do you need fish oil? How much alcohol is good, and does it have to be red wine?(Consider Alcohol Treatment in case of excessive intake) Can a super-antioxidant supplement slow down

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Food Matters: Plan Your Diet Chart

Food Matters: Plan Your Diet Chart

Controlled Cholesterol/Controlled Fat diet The controlled cholesterol/low-fat diet restricts but does not eliminate either cholesterol, fat, or saturated fat. Instead it conforms to the USDA/Health and Human Services Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommendation that you consume no more than 300 mg cholesterol and get no more than 100 calories per day from saturated fat (nine calories per gram). Food with 90 to 150 mg cholesterol per serving: Beef        Game meat 

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