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As we wind up February and American Heart Month we take a look at a heart healthy diet which embraces both good food and wine.
Face it, we live in a high-calorie world where it's increasingly difficult to maintain a healthy weight, despite unrelenting and unrealistic pressure to look like a supermodel.
Junk food seems to be everywhere and adds on a lot of calories without having much nutrition. Consider looking at dietary supplements to add more nutritional value to what you eat.
According to some experts, counting calories is important but not necessarily the best approach to losing weight.
Do you wonder what is the best heart healthy diet? Should you be eating the South Beach or Dean Ornish or Mediterranean diet?
People all over the world follow thousands of different diet plans. There are no-carb, low-carb and all-carb options, fat-free, low-sugar, high-protein ...
Moms have to do it all. Teach reading, writing, and arithmetic to kids who come home from school with backpacks full of homework.
When you hear the term "type 2 diabetic" what type of person comes to mind?
There are hundreds of diets around. From no carbs to low fat to raw to juicing, Americans try anything and everything to lose weight.
For the record, I am against fad diets unless they are somehow medically necessary.
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