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Glycemic Index: What is it and how does a low GI diet benefit your body? | Over 30 years of proven scientific research | Manage weight, stabilise blood sugars, increase your energy and reduce risk of disease

Remember to eat smart during your pregnancy to ensure your child is getting all the nutrients and goodness it needs.

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from mindbodygreen

7 Reasons Why You Should Eat Plant-Based

Just because you’re getting healthy by using a Skinny-Teatox program, doesn’t mean you can eat garbage. Maintaining a proper diet is crucial to a healthy and successful teatox. By injecting several healthy foods into your daily diets, you will enhance the

from Coach Brian

Spinach, Leek and White Bean Soup

White bean soup with spinach and leeks is a quick and delicious soup that is perfect for vegetarians and very filling. I've been making this soup for years, but I really craved it when I was pregnant with my fourth child.

No need to cut carbs or go hungry - just switch from high GI foods to healthy low GI foods. Low GI foods make you feel fuller for longer, help you burn fat and maintain your metabolism! #healthyliving #usanareset