Feeding The Sugar And Snack Cravings In A New Smart Way
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Corn Pops - New with Fiber = sugary snack, low in calories, high on taste and nutritional value!
The latest iteration of the Corn Pops brand has them adding fiber to their cereal and reducing the sugar. For me, I am a huge snacker and LOVE sweet stuff, so this was a true blessing! For 120 calories, 3 grams of fiber, no fat, and 1 gram of protein, I find it satisfies my need without sabotaging me!
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Sugar is hard on your immune system. It kills enzymes, or can lower the enzymes ability to function & feeds yeast. Enzymes are the keys to all physical life. Sugar feeds cancer. This is a proven fact! The fact that cancer feeds on sugar, & that cancer is always present in the body, should be reason enough for any one to limit their sugar intake or omit it totally.
Conquer Sugar Cravings by Donna Krech - Healthy Hope ezine
Nutrition Hint--Conquer Sugar Cravings by Donna Krech
Sugar cravings occur when the body's pH levels becomes too acidic but snacking on veggies restores pH balance, creating an unfriendly environment for the yeast cells that thrive on sugar and activate junk food cravings. So when your sweet tooth acts up, dip into some chunky salsa for a tasty treat that won't hurt your waistline.
White Bread is a refined carb that raises blood sugar and promotes yeast in the boby. Yeast loves to feed on Sugar. Rye and Pumpernickle breads help keep blood sugar from rising, slowing digestion, keeping you full and with less cravings. To prevent yeast infections and other medical problems stay away from white bread totally!
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