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Stevia.. 300X sweeter than Sugar !

I recently recommended stevia to my diabetic friend. She looked dubious as she sipped the coffee with stevia in it. Then she exclaimed, “OMG, it’s so damn sweet.. even sweeter than sugar!” photo credit : Well, that’s because, while stevia is 300X sweeter than sugar, it ain’t sugar. It has virtually zero calories. It is a […]

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Strawberries and Grapes for Weight Loss

Pssst… sharing a secret about Strawberries and Grapes for Weight Loss!  We just got back from Cameron Highlands, and trust me, the fruits, they were a plenty especially strawberries and grapes. Home grown in the highlands and pesticide free, the strawberries and grapes were just in a class of their own. Packed with fiber and vitamins, […]

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Does Carb Cycling Work?

Are you the sort of person who passes on a nice hot, fluffy, crumbly basket of freshly baked breads, upon sitting down to dinner at a restaurant? Does looking at a doughy slice of pizza make your heart race and your palms sweat? Do you panic when you have to eat too much rice or carbohydrates? Well […]

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12 Ways to Overcome the Dreaded Weight-loss Plateau

So you’ve recently undergone a new make over. The PT has been putting you through the motions and you’ve been really shedding the pounds. Things are looking hunky dory, you’re fast approaching your ideal weight, and then.. and then, you hit a wall. In weight loss I mean. A weight-loss plateau occurs when you no longer lose […]

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The Dirty Word.. FAT.

Ask anybody and they will tell you, FAT is a dirty word. Fat is associated with looking bad, feeling bad and worst of all, nobody wants to hang around or know fat. In our diet, fat is associated with greasy food that clogs the arteries and causes all sorts of heart diseases. Yet not all […]

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10 Good Reasons to Start Eating Chia Seeds

What are Chia seeds, you may ask. They sound Chinese, and when my mum first introduced them to me I was somewhat baffled by the strange name. Then a little research on the internet showed that Chia seeds are in fact, Salvia hispanica, a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae, native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala. The […]

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