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Foods High In Pantothenic Acid Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Foods High In Pantothenic Acid.

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Easy Ways to Cook Whole Grains

Can you boil water? Then you can make whole grains a part of your diet. Whole grains are delicious and nutritious, supplying vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. And there are many varieties to choose from besides the all-too-common wheat, oats and...  Read more

The Buzz on Honey

The results of recent research on honey have the nutrition world a-buzzing. Honey has joined the ranks of foods like chocolate, coffee, and eggs—foods once considered sinful that have recently been proven healthy (in moderation, of course). The...  Read more

Dietary Supplements for Osteoarthritis

When cartilage that cushions your joints begins to breakdown faster than your body can replace it, you develop osteoarthritis. Without this protective tissue, the bones in your joints rub together, causing pain, tenderness, swelling and stiffness. Lo...  Read more

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

The Truth about Coconut Oil

Conduct a quick Google search, and you’ll find miraculous claims about a tropical fat that has become increasingly popular among health-conscious consumers in recent years: coconut oil.  Health claims about the oil's ability to hel...  Read more

You might need to enter your own foods from the fu
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You might need to enter your own foods from the full site. The issue with the points problem is now fixed. Thanks! Coach Jen...  Read more

The calorie count is way too high for a person tha
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The calorie count is way too high for a person that does move that much....  Read more

If you search for a food and it isn't found, below
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If you search for a food and it isn't found, below the list that comes up for you, there is a button to tap for "Add food not listed." If nothing comes up when you scan, you should also see that same button to add a food not listed. Coach Denise...  Read more

there used to be the option to enter new food when
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there used to be the option to enter new food when it wasn't on the list, i think it was called new food or something like that, where did that button go? can somebody tell me?...  Read more

You can share foods to the database for another me
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You can share foods to the database for another member to find and track, but you can't copy specific meals to specific members. Sorry about that, Coach Jen...  Read more

If you are depressed or tired all the time...try this

Drink coffee which improves mood, increase your vitamin B complex and B12, eat high protein foods which have amino acids in them that tell the brain to feel good. Foods high in fiber such as beans, oats, brown rice, apples, fruits & vegetables will a...  Read more

Anti-Ageing foods TO STAY YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL INSIDE AND OUT

Waste products that are acidic are basically toxins and these toxins cause lethargy, pain & aging. WE NEED more alkali to neutralize acid. Food can enhance your longevity as well as fitness, unnecessary chemicals degenerate your cells. Almonds,Fruit...  Read more

CHOCOLATE LOVERS UNITE!!

Are you PASSIONATE about chocolate? Do you see it as a food group?! Join other Chocoholics for discussions, recipe-swapping, & help in keeping this important food group alive!...  Read more

Folic Acid Important for Health

Folate is a water soluble B vitamin (B9) that is naturally found in food. Folic acid is the synthetic form of folate found in supplements and fortified foods. Folate plays a vital role in good health. It helps make normal red blood cells and aids...  Read more

Nutrition 101: What are Omega 9's?

In 1992, “Lorenzo’s Oil” was a heart warming hit at the box office starring Nick Nolte and Susan Sarandon, who portrayed sympathetic parents who searched for a treatment for their son Lorenzo, who suffered from ALD (adrenoleukodystrophy), a genetic d...  Read more