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Easy changes for a healthier diet!

How To Grill Fruit

Adding any kind of fruit to your diet is always a good choice for an easy health food, but most of us probably don’t think about grilling fruit. That’s a shame really, because it’s really pretty good and can be a nice change of pace, besides being such an easy health food to add to your diet.

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Easy Crockpot Recipes Make Healthy Meals A Snap

Sometimes you’re just too busy or too tired to cook a healthy meal. There are kitchen appliances that can help make it easier, such as a slow cooker. There’s a lot to be said for putting a bunch of ingredients in a slow cooker in the morning, or even the night before, and when you come home from work, or just at the end of a busy day, there’s your meal all ready and waiting for you.

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Cheap Healthy Fast Food

I won’t go so far as to say these healthy fast food choices are as healthy as something you’d make yourself, and you have to be careful what you choose, because sometimes what sounds like a healthy choice really isn’t. But there are some options. So if you can’t live without your fast food and/or need to budget, there’s five cheap healthy fast food choices for you to consider next time you eat out.

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Looking For Healthy Whole Grain Breads?

Finding a good, reliable source of healthy whole grain bread is one way to get more easy healthy food in your diet. The bread needs to be full of a healthy balance of natural food ingredients. Bread adds more sodium to the average American’s diet than any other single food, so look for lower sodium. And that isn’t the only pitfall to finding a good healthy whole grain bread, since many breads are made with HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup).

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Are All Fibers Created Equal?

The fiber in your diet comes from plants and different plants have varying amounts and types. The fiber is the part of the plant that isn’t digested by enzymes in the intestinal tract, though some parts may be metabolized by bacteria in the lower gut. It is found ONLY in plant foods: fruit, vegetables, nuts and grains. There is no fiber in eggs, meat or milk.

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