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Phenylalanine Health Risks Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Phenylalanine Health Risks.

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3 Bittersweet Truths about Sweeteners

Though food is supposed to be one of life's simple pleasures, few things cause more angst and confusion. It's no wonder why. We're constantly being told which foods we should eat to be healthy, which diets we should follow to be skinny, w...  Read more

Dietary Supplements for Depression

It's becoming more and more common for consumers to forgo medication when looking for a "natural" alternative to treating conditions like depression. No matter what method you choose, it's important to get all the facts. SparkPeople...  Read more

All About Artificial Sweeteners

Do you feel like you are surrounded by sweets? Cookies, ice-cream, candy, soda and other sugary treats are everywhere, along with the extra calories and simple carbohydrates they contain. For people with diabetes and those trying to cut calories and...  Read more

The Buzz on Caffeine

Caffeine: Most of us can't get through the day without it. Whether brewing a fresh pot of coffee in the morning, enjoying lunch with a refreshing can of cola, or recharging in the afternoon with an energy drink, we have many routines and food rit...  Read more

Waist-to-Hip Ratio Estimates Health Risk

Ever notice how some people can have big bellies but lean legs, or how women tend to store most of their fat in their thighs, hips, and butt? These are examples of fat distribution, which refers to where your body typically stores the fat, no matter...  Read more

LOL use spell check Independent Health
Updated 5/27/2015 10:18:38 PM

__HEALTHY___HABITS is how its spelled lol....  Read more

Need advice. So my partner is on a "health kick"..
Updated 5/27/2015 9:41:51 PM

Need advice. So my partner is on a "health kick"...problem is he doesn't eat a variety of food. Iv not once seen him eat a piece of fruit in the 13 years we'v been together. Up until last year the only veggies he ate were potatoes and corn. Now he'll...  Read more

health greens
Updated 5/27/2015 10:43:48 AM

I hope green fruits count! :) Spinach, green onions, green tomatoes, green peppers and green grapes!...  Read more

Looking for buddies in my health/weight loss goals
Updated 5/26/2015 11:24:27 AM

Looking for buddies in my health/weight loss goals. I'm 34 and 5'4. Mom of three. I started last month at 200 lbs which is a lot for my height. I am now down to 190 as of today.10 lbs gone but 50-60 more to go. I'm in need of motivaters/accountabilit...  Read more

I started a private Facebook group for health and
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I started a private Facebook group for health and fitness support if anyone's interested in joining. We post healthy recipes, provide support and motivation, etc. Let me know and I will private message you the link....  Read more

How to NOT get common upper respiratory infections

The New York Times just published an article demonstrating that gargling with salt water can significantly reduce your risk of catching a cold or the flu. Who knew?? So simple... very low risk and costs less than pennies. http://www.nytimes.com/2010...  Read more

Eat A Small Amount Of Peanut Butter Daily

Peanut butter is a good treat for diabetics. The Harvard School of Public Health researchers found that consuming one tablespoon of peanut butter or 28g of peanuts or other nuts five or more times a week is associated with a 20-30 per cent reduced ri...  Read more

Spark Utah The Official Team

A place where those in Utah can share triumphs, challenges, and their personal journey to health....  Read more

Milk Really Does Do Your Body Good

Both my husband and I have been milk drinkers our entire lives. Some of our fondest memories growing up include milk. For my husband it was spending summers working on his grandfather's dairy farm. For me it was greeting our milkman Mr. McVay each we...  Read more

What Women Really Need to Know about Heart Health

 Editor's Note: February is Heart Health month, aimed at bringing awareness to the #1 killer in America. Today we're sharing an interview with Dr. Patrice Desvigne-Nickens on behalf of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI...  Read more