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  • 3 Healthy Reasons to Eat More Avocados

    Do you want to lose weight, look younger, and lower your risk of serious health conditions, like heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis? Eat more avocados! This super fruit tastes great and is one the world’s healthiest foods. Here are just some of the amazing health benefits packed inside, and some clever ways to incorporate avocados into your daily diet.

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    #1 Cardiovascular Health
    Avocados are an excellent source of heart-healthy monounsaturated oleic acid, shown to reduce harmful low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, while increasing helpful high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol. Avocados are also rich in nutrients that benefit the heart, including antioxidants like vitamins C and E, vitamins B6 and K, folate, potassium, phytosterols, carotenoids, and dietary fiber. These nutrients help protect against heart disease and diabetes, and may also help reduce the inflammation that leads to arthritis.

    #2 Skin Health
    The monounsaturated fats in avocados are also beneficial to your skin. Adding more avocados to your diet can help moisturize your skin from within, making it feel softer and healthier, and can help repair and regenerate skin cells, reducing redness and irritation. And avocados can make you look years younger by protecting skin from wrinkles and other visible signs of aging. They contain vitamin C, which helps create elastin and collagen for firmer skin, and vitamin E and antioxidant carotenoids that help protect skin from sun and environmental damage.

    # 3 Weight Loss
    Research shows a diet rich in monounsaturated fat can help control blood sugar, and trim belly fat, especially the dangerous visceral fat that is located deep inside your abdomen. Plus, the monounsaturated fatty acids, fiber, and protein in avocados are used by the body as slow-burning energy, and can help reduce hunger and appetite by helping you feel fuller, longer.  A 1-oz. serving of avocado contains 50 calories, and no trans fats or cholesterol.

    Clever Ways To Incorporate Avocados Into Your Daily Diet

    • The rich, creamy texture of avocados works as the perfect substitute for mayo in deviled eggs, tuna or chicken salad, or as a sandwich spread. Sliced avocados also make a great sandwich, salad, or burger topper.

    • Avocados make a great base for smoothies. It’s a fruit after all! Blend it with your favorite fruits and veggies for a healthy breakfast or lunch. Or for a decadent dessert, make an avocado milkshake.

    • For your next get-together, skip the unhealthy dip, and make a tasty guacamole using ripe avocados, lime juice, garlic powder, and a dollop of Greek yogurt. For a chunky dip, add diced onion, tomatoes, and cilantro.

    • Avocado oil is high in oleic acid, vitamin E and phytosterols, and a healthier substitute to processed vegetable oils high in inflammatory polyunsaturated fats. Like coconut oil, avocado oil is heat stable and one of the healthiest oil you can use when cooking at high heat. Because it has an exceptionally high smoke point, avocado oil can protect your heart from trans fat that can come from cooking with other oils at high temperatures. Trans fats are a leading contributor to heart disease, cancer and other chronic health conditions. Use avocado oil when sautéing meat and vegetables, when broiling or roasting, in salad dressings, or as a substitute in any recipe that calls for oil.


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  • 10 Juicy Reasons to Eat More Tomatoes

    Tomatoes are a summer staple. But did you know gardeners can grow tomatoes well into autumn? Not your average fruit, late growing tomatoes include colorful heirloom varieties and small cherry tomatoes perfect for salads and side dishes. These seasonal gems are not only delicious, but they contain a bounty of health benefits! With vitamins A, C and K, folic acid, alpha-lipoic acid, beta-carotene, calcium, lutein, choline, and lycopene, what’s not to love? Read on to find out why (and how) you should be adding tomatoes to your daily diet year-round.

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  • Is Cleansing Right for You?

    Cleansing may be a hot topic right now, but the practice goes back centuries. Many cultures have a custom of spiritual cleansing, and fasting was often out of necessity due to a lack of food. By modern standards, cleansing is a way to eliminate toxins from the body, to jumpstart weight loss and begin fresh with a healthier diet and a healthier new you. If you are new to cleansing, you may not be sure how to start. With so many different cleanses out there, which one, if any, is right for you?

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  • 6 Reasons To Cut Back On Processed Foods

    In today’s day and age, processed foods are everywhere around us. In fact, they are sometimes hard to avoid. However, turning to healthier alternatives can not only curb your cravings and keep you satisfied, but also improve your health in more ways than one! Although the beginning transition can be somewhat difficult, it gets much easier over time. You’ll even find yourself wondering how you ever ate processed foods in the first place! Discover the benefits of eating non-processed foods by reading on.

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  • 3 Healthy Reasons to Eat More Avocados

    Do you want to lose weight, look younger, and lower your risk of serious health conditions, like heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis? Eat more avocados! This super fruit tastes great and is one the world’s healthiest foods. Here are just some of the amazing health benefits packed inside, and some clever ways to incorporate avocados into your daily diet.

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  • 4 Relaxing Ways To Pamper Yourself At Home

    Why go to the spa when you can pamper yourself at home? There is no better way to treat yourself than to use natural remedies to help you relax and relieve stress in the comfort of your own bathroom. Here are some easy ways to turn your bathroom into your very own spa resort!

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  • Excel with Weight Loss Supplements

    Working out is great for your body and assists with your weight loss goals, however if you exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet, and still cannot lose that last bit of belly fat, you may want to consider trying a weight loss supplement. There are a variety of weight loss supplements to choose from, but you should find the best supplement for the type of weight loss you want to achieve. Listed below are powerful, effective supplements that have shown great success in aiding in weight loss. This handy guide will help you determine which supplement is right for you, to help you succeed in reaching your target weight.

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  • The Importance of Staying Hydrated

    Taking a walk on the beach, lounging by the pool, or sightseeing on a trip may sound like the perfect ways to spend the days of summer. But it’s easy to forget that any outdoor activity during this season can lead to an increase in sweat. Our extra perspiration is not just a factor of heat, but a sign that our bodies are losing fluids and that we need extra hydration. In fact, our bodies lose water when we go to the bathroom, sweat, and even when we breathe. We know that drinking water every day is essential for our bodies, and since we lose more water when the weather is really hot, it’s even more important to stay hydrated during the summer.

    Importance of Staying Hydrated

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  • How to BBQ the Healthy Way

    When thinking about ways to celebrate summer, outdoor BBQs are at the top of the list. There’s nothing like being outside, enjoying the warm weather, while feasting on favorite grilled foods and seasonal dishes. But summer favorites, like hot dogs, hamburgers, pasta salad and potato salad are not always waistline friendly. It can be difficult trying not to overindulge in BBQ dishes and treats. And with it also being swimsuit season, many of us want to avoid consuming extra calories. To help navigate your way through your next BBQ party spread, consider offering these healthier options at your next cookout.

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  • Go Cuckoo for Coconut!


    In the past, when one thought of the word coconut, it conjured images of tropical, far off places. Even thinking of the smell of coconut, you might associate it with sunscreen or a favorite cocktail. But today, coconut is more accessible than ever. We’re finding it on our grocery store shelves, at your favorite restaurants, and mentioned in new recipes in our monthly magazines. This new obsession with coconut has nothing to do with tropical vacations. Instead, there’s a huge buzz about coconuts because of the amazing health benefits that come from this fruit. Below you’ll discover not only the health benefits of coconuts, but also four easy and accessible forms of coconut: Coconut Oil, Coconut Milk, Coconut Water, and Coconut Flour. By the time you’re finished reading this, there’s a good chance you’ll be cuckoo for coconuts too!

    Coconut Oil: This form of coconut has recently become quite popular, and is probably the form of coconut that has piqued your interest the most. At room temperature, coconut oil is a solid, and you’ll find it in a jar or tub near other cooking oils in your grocery store. It’s used for cooking, like one might use olive oil (coconut oil becomes a liquid as it is heated), and in baking to replace butter and other oils. Although coconut oil is high in saturated fat, it is favored over butter and oils that contain hydrogenated trans fats because it is cholesterol free. Scientists also think that there are more health benefits in coconut oil that have yet to be discovered.

    Coconut Milk: Brewing coconut meat and water is what yields coconut milk. It’s rich and thick, almost like a cream. Although it is high in fat, lighter versions are available and just as flavorful, and cut out two-thirds of the fat and calories. However, the unique fatty acids in coconut milk may actually provide health benefits like aiding weight loss, improving immune function, reducing heart disease and improving skin and hair health.

    Coconut Water: You’ve probably been hearing about coconut water for while now. It’s a favorite among those who exercise because it is a great hydrator and has been nicknamed “the natural sports drink.” A 1 cup serving provides more than 10 percent of your daily dose of potassium, an electrolyte you lose through sweat. You can find coconut water in the refrigerated section or near shelf-stable waters and other natural fruit juices in your grocery store. Although coconut water can be enjoyed on its own (many people prefer it chilled), it is a great replacement for water or juice in your favorite smoothie.

    Coconut Flour: This form of coconut is probably the one with which you’re least familiar, but could provide the health benefits that you might be most seeking. Available near other gluten-free flours, coconut flour is a healthy way to add rich coconut flavor to your baked goods. Besides being gluten free, coconut flour provides 5 grams of fiber per 2 tablespoons and is low in saturated fat. Adding coconut flour to baked goods also lowers the glycemic index, which makes it an ideal ingredient for diabetics and those following a pre-diabetic diet.

    The various forms of coconut make it an option that everyone can consider. Once you try one of these coconut-derived ingredients, you’re likely to want to experiment with the other forms of coconut. Before long, you’ll be enjoying all the health benefits coconut has to offer. And then you’ll truly know what it’s like to be cuckoo for coconut!


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