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Exercise & Fitness

Get Started Safely
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Get Started Safely

September 18th, 2015 | by American Association
It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been active in the past or not – you can still start now. But, if you have never been active or have not been active for a while, it is important to start slowly. Light activities like
Cod Fish with Potatoes, Fennel and Carrots
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Cod Fish with Potatoes, Fennel and Carrots

September 17th, 2015 | by Canadian Association
Any firm whitefish can be used instead of the cod in this quick, one-dish meal.  Makes 4 servings Cooking time: n/a Ingredients 2 Tbsp canola oil 30 mL 1 medium onion, thinly sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 small fennel bulb,
Lentil-Stuffed Tomatoes
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Lentil-Stuffed Tomatoes

September 17th, 2015 | by Canadian Association
Prepare these tomatoes to serve as a side dish with oven-cooked meals.  Tips The amount of salt in canned legumes varies from brand to brand, so be sure to check the sodium value in the Nutrition Facts table. Draining and
Salmon with Peanut Cucumber Relish
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Salmon with Peanut Cucumber Relish

September 17th, 2015 | by Canadian Association
An easy and light dinner option that combines the fresh tastes of lime and jalapeno, and delivers healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Tips Serve the relish over grilled lean steak or chicken instead of salmon. For a spicier relish, add
Low Calorie Sweeteners
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Low Calorie Sweeteners

September 17th, 2015 | by Great Britain Association
Use of sugar needn’t be outlawed for people who are diabetic, but keeping sugar intake to a minimum is certainly recommended. One way to reduce your sugar intake without sacrificing taste is by replacing table sugar
No nutritional value found for intense sweeteners in the human diet
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No nutritional value found for intense sweeteners in the human diet

September 17th, 2015 | by Veronika Václavková
Aspartame, stevia extracts, sucralose and acesulfame K… Intense sweeteners are a group of calorie-free food additives with a very high sweetening power. While the safety of intense sweetener use has regularly undergone
The World Health Organization’s recommendation for sugar
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The World Health Organization’s recommendation for sugar

September 17th, 2015 | by World Health Organization
The World Health Organization’s recommendation for the sugar year 2015 relates to foods and drinks with no added sugar. WHO recommends that added sugar, the amount of energy from standing less than 10 per cent of all energy
Stevia, steviol glycosides
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Stevia, steviol glycosides

September 17th, 2015 | by Finnish Association
  Energy-free sweetener stevia plant Steviol glycosides: does not affect blood sugar alone, but: is used in practice with another sweetener, e.g. fruit sugar, which affects blood glucose E number E 960 pungent licorice-like
An energy-free sweeteners
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An energy-free sweeteners

September 17th, 2015 | by Finnish Association
An energy-free, artificial sweeteners do not affect blood sugar levels. An energy-free sweeteners suitable for soft drink sweeteners, sprinkled sweetening as well as coffee and tea used pure sweeteners. Steviol glycosides is the
Sugar and other energy-containing sweeteners
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Sugar and other energy-containing sweeteners

September 17th, 2015 | by Finnish Association
A diabetic can not use a regular sugar – sweetened products. However, the generous use of sugar and sweet products may cause a rise in blood glucose or otherwise unsuitable problems for a healthy diet. In diabetic patients,