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Add some CELERY & BROCCOLI into your morning juice!

Mascha Coetzee

Check out those glorious benefits of Celery and Broccoli from FIT LIFE TV and Live Love Fruit make yourself some GLOWing GREEN LEAN Juice!


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As a Type 2 diabetic, I can certainly agree that sugar needs to be curtailed. With diet and exercise, I am now controlling the T2D without medication for the 1st time in 10 years.

u-VIB Blog

D808EA1B-3D06-4222-9EA1-C5E3C40AF60FThere’s nothing sweet about what too much sugar does to your diet and your health. Sugar has been linked to obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, certain cancers, acne, wrinkles and other signs of accelerated aging. But did you know that sugar is as addictive as cocaine, and it’s also damaging to your liver and your brain? What’s more, cancers use sugar to fuel their growth. National surveys show that sugar intake has drastically increased over the past few decades. The average American now consumes 100 pounds of sugar each year. Americans’ daily sugar intake is about 20 teaspoons each — more than 300 calories from added sugars alone. Read on for 15 important reasons why you should decrease the sugar in your diet starting today.

1. Sugar May Be Addictive

Have you ever noticed that the more sweets you eat, the more you crave? According to brain scans, sugar…

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What is so beneficial about Hemp Milk and Almond Milk?

The EatSmart Blog

Have you wondered what is so beneficial about hemp milk or almond milk? In general they are pretty much the same in the way they are processed; blended up with water added to the consistency of your liking. But their actual components is what separates the two.

Hemp Milk

It’s funny when hemp milk is mentioned to someone who does not know about the benefits of it. People automatically get an image of the 60’s and envision marijuana leaves.

It is easier to digest for those that are lactose “intolerant”. Also lacks the common allergens that can cause things such as gastric distress to migraines to anaphylactic shock. Sadly all of those allergens are found in cow’s milk. See that should be reason enough to look outside the box.

A single 8 ounce glass of hemp milk contains 900 mg Omega 3 Fatty Acids and 2800 mg Omega 6…

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