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Midnight snacking may up heart disease, diabetes risk: Report - The Financial Express
"Eating during the night may increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes by disrupting the body's biological clock, a study warns."
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Day 3/3: Avoid Sweets, Dessert, and Candy Level I
When 'healthy eating' can make you sick, Food News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
"PARIS • People, it seems, have never been so afraid of their food - and an obsession with healthy eating may paradoxically be endangering lives, say some experts.. Read more at straitstimes.com."
Made my yogurt breakfast in a leftover bulk container for a real food no sugary breakfast on the go!
Day 3/7: Eat Real Food Level II
How often should you go out to enjoy a meal at a restaurant?
Many of us think that enjoying a meal at a restaurant is a blessing and we should go out quite often. Wild this allows us to relax and have a meal without making an effort to make the same, there c...
Tips to eat healthy on the go
While traveling from one place to the other, it is possible that you’ll feel hungry at some point and if you do not find healthy options around, it can be difficult for you to stay healthy and fit ...
I was kind addict on sweet things and in the beginning to make the challenge easier I decided to buy and eat a lot of types of fruits such as watermelon and grapes. It helped a lot!
How to speed up your metabolism | Well+Good
"You could be sabotaging yourself without even realizing it."
Here's what the recommended 25g or less of added sugar looks like
Do you know how much added sugar you eat every day?