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  [16] Nutrition  1 2 3 4  
Too Much Caffeine? #650

I know we all need our caffeine, but make sure you're not getting too much. Too much caffeine (i.e. more than four small cups of coffee) can lead to high blood pressure, an increased heart rate, and more stress (and who needs that?)

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Thanks to: Jessa M. - Chicago - USA. - rec.:Oct 1, 2002 - pub.:Oct 2, 2002 - sent.:Mar 24, 2015
Antioxidant rich spice #142

Another herb that is antioxidant-rich is rosemary. According to research, rosemary contains powerful antioxidants that may help to inhibit free radical damage to cells. Rosemary was been revealed to have even greater health benefits than paprika. Using rosemary to season fish, vegetables, egg-white omelets, and salads will give your system an antioxidant boost.

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Thanks to: Rosie Abell - Memphis - USA. - rec.:May 7, 2002 - pub.:May 10, 2002 - sent.:Dec 26, 2011
Cut Fat #44

Avoid the obvious such as fried foods, burgers and other fatty meats (i.e. pork, bacon, ham, salami, ribs and sausage). Dairy products such as cheese, cottage cheese, milk and cream should be eaten in low fat versions. Nuts and sandwich meats, mayonnaise, margarine, butter and sauces should be eaten in limited amounts. Most are available in lower fat versions such as substitute butter, fat free cheeses and mayonnaise. Thought for the day: Lean, mean, fat-burning machine…. Then be one!

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Thanks to: Peter Prestipino - Chicago - USA. - rec.:Mar 25, 2002 - pub.:Mar 25, 2002 - sent.:May 13, 2014
your sweet tooth may not be as bad as you think #57

Craving chocolate? Have some dark chocolate! Recent research has shown that moderate consumption of dark chocolate may be good for your heart. Supplementing the average American diet with 1/2 an ounce of dark chocolate has shown to have a healthy effect on blood cholesterol levels. So, go ahead and indulge!

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Thanks to: Kate - USA. - rec.:Apr 1, 2002 - pub.:Apr 1, 2002 - sent.:Dec 1, 2015
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