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1/23/13 10:16 A

nutritiondata.self.com/facts/nut-and-seed-
products/3070/2


nutrition data for them.

they are a good source of calcium!

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1/22/13 11:48 P

Thanks Heather

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1/22/13 11:39 P

Here's the articles Spark has for sesame seeds:

www.sparkpeople.com/diet-resources.asp?t=s
esame%20seed%20diet


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1/22/13 10:59 P

I recently came accross a Sparks article that mentioned something about Sesame Seeds. It said to add some to oatmeal and cereal. Where can I find the benefits of these seeds and ideas to best use these to my potential. I may have ready this somewhere in one of my Sparks Diabetes articles.

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