1. Sugar and blood sugar

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    Your blood sugar level means nothing other than the amount of glucose in your blood. Glucose is a single carbohydrate. Like proteins and fats, carbohydrates are a nutrient that is absorbed into the…
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  2. Glycemic index

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    The glycaemic index, or GI, is a value and represents the rate at which the food releases glucose to the blood. A low GI means that blood glucose levels rise slowly and fall...
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  3. Thirst-quenchers vs energy drinks

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    Most available sports drinks can be divided into three categories: energy drinks, thirst-quenchers and protein drinks. For inline skaters, for example, the first two types are important. Below is a…
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  4. Stevia and health

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    Stevia has a beneficial effect on health and is non-toxic. The sweetener is rich in vitamins and minerals. It contains among others, vitamin A, vitamin B3, vitamin C, calcium, chromium, phosphorus,…
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  5. Obesity

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    While politicians are commissioning one health study after another, the link between obesity and lifestyle (excessive caloric intake due to the intake of sugars and carbohydrates in combination wit…
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  6. Diabetes

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    for people with diabetes or diabetes, too little or no insulin is produced, causing an excess of glucose to end up in the blood and a disturbed blood sugar level. Too much glucose in the blood has …
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  7. High blood pressure

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    Usually no cause for high blood pressure can be found. High blood pressure is more common in some families. Furthermore, obesity and the use of a lot of salt, a lot of liquorice and a lot of alcoho…
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  8. IBD Crohn disease

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    Crohn's disease is a chronic intestinal disorder, which can cause lifelong ill-health. Pieces of the digestive tract can become inflamed, causing complaints such as diarrhoea, abdominal pain, fatig…
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  9. No Garlic Breath?

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    Garlic is a versatile ingredient that can add flavor and depth to many dishes. However, it also has a reputation for causing unpleasant breath odor that can linger long after the meal is over. If you love garlic but hate the way it leaves your breath smelling, then this blog post is for you.

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