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Weight loss is not a simple matter, but there are many simple things you can do to help make it happen. Here are 20 of them.
|Eating for your age: 60s and beyond24|
The older you are, the greater your risk of developing a chronic ailment – eating low-salt, nutrient-rich foods is essential for continued good health.
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Dark chocolate is a healthy treat loaded with anti-oxidants.
|Tame Your Blood Sugar - Forever!16|
Learn how to tame your blood sugar level and live a healthier and longer life
|What's the Fuss About Milk?11|
Is it a near-perfect food or a dietary demon? HealthSmart puts the spotlight on some common claims you’ll hear about our daily dairy
|How to cut down on sugar11|
With people eating more sugar – much of it hidden away in processed foods – weight problems and obesity are on the rise. We share some tips on how to reduce your sugar intake to healthy levels.
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|Fifteen steps to better nutrition9|
Making changes to the way you eat is easier if you do it gradually, getting comfortable with each step before moving onto the next. Every step will help to make healthy eating a natural, painless part of your lifestyle.
|Eight weeks to better eating8|
Eating habits are just that— habits. Try to alter them all at once and you’ll probably be back to your old ways in no time. But by making a few changes every week over the course of eight weeks, you’ll find yourself with a new way of eating that you can embrace for life.
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