Feb, 21
2014
 msmith Did you ever make a face when your mom put a plate of vegetables in front of you? Well, you got a little older, and It turns out everyone's mother was right; eating vegetables is absolutely necessary if you want to be healthy. While most of our mothers likely didn't know the scientific reasons why they were right, their motherly intuition was spot on – vegetables contribute to good health. 

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Jan, 22
2014

Why am i always hungry

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Jan, 13
2014

What Is Dextrose?

 msmith-lrg And Why Is It In My Food?

Reading the back label of ingredients in many processed foods can often seem like reading a chemistry book. Food ingredients are, in essence, all chemicals. The type of chemicals we often worry about, though, are chemicals that are unnatural in food – the kind of ingredients made in a lab that are added to food for various reasons.
 

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Jan, 06
2014

Is Alkaline Water Good for You?

msmith Do you remember the pH scale from high school chemistry class? The pH measurement indicates a concentration of hydrogen ions in an aqueous solution; the pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, with 0 being the most acid solution and 14 being the most alkaline solution. 7 is considered neutral.

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 msmith-lrg Peanuts and corn are two of the primary offenders that are disallowed on the Phase 1 and 2 diets. Many people question why two foods – both staples of the American diet – would be omitted from the Phase 1 Diet. After all, people eat these two foods every day. 

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