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Think of your heart with love, we need it for the whole life
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Think of your heart with love, we need it for the whole life

September 16th, 2015 | by Czech Association
Did you know that: omega-3 acids may reduce the risk of death from heart failure by half? Receive of sufficient quantities of high-quality vegetable oils and fish reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and reduces the
Six principles of good drinking regime for people with diabetes
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Six principles of good drinking regime for people with diabetes

September 16th, 2015 | by Czech Association
Summer is coming and with it the sunny and hot weather. Especially these days, it is appropriate that each of us paid attention to adequate fluid intake. For diabetics, it is doubly true. The six principles of good drinking
Glycemic Index Pyramid
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Glycemic Index Pyramid

September 16th, 2015 | by Czech Association
Choose the most food from the base, the limited food on the second floor and limit foods at the top of the pyramid. In the pyramid you will not find those foods that contain carbohydrates (eg. meat, fish, poultry, cheese),
What they talk about – glycemic index foods
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What they talk about – glycemic index foods

September 16th, 2015 | by Czech Association
For good control of diabetes we need to know the carbohydrate content in foods. Doctors to demonstrate that any food raises blood sugar in another way – some fast and some slow. Because diabetics is a sharp rise in blood
Natural sweeteners
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Natural sweeteners

September 16th, 2015 | by Veronika Václavková
 Natural sweeteners are sugar substitutes that are often promoted as healthier options than processed table sugar or other sugar substitutes. But even these so-called natural sweeteners often undergo processing and refining,
Sugar alcohols and novel sweeteners
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Sugar alcohols and novel sweeteners

September 16th, 2015 | by Veronika Václavková
By Mayo Clinic Staff Sugar alcohols (polyols) are carbohydrates that occur naturally in certain fruits and vegetables, but they also can be manufactured. They’re not considered intense sweeteners, because they aren’t
Artificial sweeteners and other sugar substitutes
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Artificial sweeteners and other sugar substitutes

September 16th, 2015 | by Veronika Václavková
Bewildered by the variety of sugar substitutes available these days? Understand the pros and cons to make an informed choice. By Mayo Clinic Staff If you’re trying to reduce the sugar and calories in your diet, you may be
Carbohydrates, where all are you hiding?
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Carbohydrates, where all are you hiding?

September 16th, 2015 | by Czech Association
Newly diagnosed diabetic type 2 gets from a doctor recommendation that he/she should eat rationally, restrict to carbohydrates, fats, alcohol, cigarettes, joined the movement, less salted … It might give us a pretty
I sweeten, You sweeten, We sweeten
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I sweeten, You sweeten, We sweeten

September 16th, 2015 | by Czech Association
For a human who is working professionally with sweeteners about 20 years is sad when repeatedly learns that knowledge of sweeteners in the Czech population are poor, it means none. You can talk to anyone, even a university
Saccharine – classic sweetener
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Saccharine – classic sweetener

September 16th, 2015 | by Czech Association
Saccharin, from chemical point of view, is a benzoic acid, synthetically produced from toluene. As sweetener is usually used a sodium salt thereof. For people who are not oriented in chemistry this may sound horrible, but in