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Cheese Benefits Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Cheese Benefits.

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9 Real-Food High-Protein Snacks

Protein is one of those “magic” nutrients—the kind that can help you stay full and satisfied, even when you’re watching calories and portion sizes. If you’re struggling to meet your daily protein goals, adding real-food,...  Read more

Portable Snacking Tips and Ideas

Eating is no longer an activity only experienced around the table with friends and family. Quick, how many times this past week have you eaten on the run? No place is safe either – the car, your desk, maybe even the shower! Our time is strapped...  Read more

Meatless Meals Benefit Your Health

"What do you eat?!” may be the question most often heard by vegetarians, as if meat is the only food group available. Obviously, as the five million thriving vegetarians in America have shown, there’s a lot to eat, without choosing m...  Read more

So Many Ways to Enjoy Soy!

There was a time in recent history when the closest Americans willingly came to soybeans was by driving through farm country. The only milk you could find at the grocery store came from cows, and the word “tofu” conjured images of bell-bo...  Read more

How to Turn Salad into a Healthy, Filling Meal

Consider the salad to be the ultimate expression of your creativity in the kitchen. The bowl of greens is your canvas; the ingredients are your paints and brushes. A good salad--one that's packed with wholesome foods and tastes great, too--is...  Read more

If you have a cooler, you can pack string cheese o
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If you have a cooler, you can pack string cheese or yogurt to eat during a stretch break. Apples and other fruits, nuts, and trail mix are good healthy snacks; just watch portions on nuts/trail mix. Build "snack bags" pre-portioned at home beforehand...  Read more

String cheese, baby carrots
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String cheese, baby carrots...  Read more

I never feel bad about eating cheese. I do feel te
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I never feel bad about eating cheese. I do feel terrible about eating a bunch of salt and feeling bloated for days afterward....  Read more

I had one cup of homemade mac n cheese and have a
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I had one cup of homemade mac n cheese and have a heating pad on my tummy. It was rich and I have really only done eggs yogurt and very little cheese. I wonder if it was too much for my system !!!...  Read more

Cottage cheese + fruit is great, string cheese, ap
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Cottage cheese + fruit is great, string cheese, apples, bananas, greek yogurt, granola bars...lots of options!...  Read more

Apples & Cheese

An apple is a good diabetic/dietetic food...adding cheese stabilizes blood sugar...1 slice of reduced-fat Cheddar cheese into 4 pieces and place on apple wedges...Around 5 carbsApples are good for diabetics..some research proves that for some people...  Read more

Eat Fruit With A Protein..It Willl Reduce Cravings

Always eat a low carb fruit with a protein like a slice of turkey, chicken, 2 ounce of cheese or a couple of tablespoons of cottage cheese to balance your blood sugar...it will reduce cravings....low carb fruits are pears, peaches, plums, cherries, a...  Read more

Living Healthy with Insulin Resistance/Low GI Diet

For anyone struggling with weight issues due to insulin resistance, diabetes, PCOS, and hypoglycemia. Diet Health Benefits also help reduce HBP, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, & Liver Enzymes. ...  Read more

Top 8 'Mediterranean Diet' Foods You Should be Eating

A European Mediterranean eating style is considered a healthy way to eat by many health professionals. One primary reason is because of its plant based focus as well as that it is low in refined sugar and preservatives. These are very different eatin...  Read more

We Tried It: Pasta with 20 Grams of Fiber!

In honor of National Noodle Day, we're bringing you a review of some noodles you might not have seen on your supermarket shelves. Let me first reveal three personal facts about myself: I'm incredibly skeptical, I'm mildly obsessed with fiber intake,...  Read more