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In the U.S., 1 in 3 adults have high blood pressure, and 1 in 3 adults have high cholesterol.
When blood sugar levels start rising above normal we don’t even feel a change at first. Daily damage from sugar in the blood when it’s too high isn’t typically felt or noticed until it gets to really dangerous levels. It sneakily leads to damage to the heart, eyes, kidneys, and feet over years of high sugar levels even before someone may have a true Diabetes diagnosis.
In my hometown during this time a year, each weekend is filled with church bazaars. These are similar to this area’s church or township carnivals, but with one main difference — it is centered around Polish and/or Italian food. In northeastern … Continue reading
I self-identify as a pasta connoisseur, and I say this is the best lasagna I’ve ever had. I make this recipe about every other week, it’s that good. The best part? It’s low carb, using zucchini as noodles. Don’t like zucchini? Try it anyway, it’s so good you don’t even have to like vegetables to enjoy it.
One of my favorite desserts as a child was strawberry shortcake. To be perfectly honest, I mostly just loved the buttery cake all by itself. No fruit or milk needed for my young, healthy body. As time has changed, so … Continue reading
All foods have energy. Energy in food is known as…… Go ahead, take a few seconds to make a guess.