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Do you understand the pH balance calculation? It is an easy score for food health before you eat it. Avoid bad alkaline food advice. Get real pH balance now. Most pH balance food lists are calculated on ash pH which is wrong. See why Potential Renal Acid Load is much more accurate. Avoid pH Balance mistakes with PRAL.
#pHbalance #AlkalineDiet
http://foodary.com/282/ph-balance-calculation/
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Foodary HelpDesk

An alternative to http://foodary.org/groups/group/eating-for-health/#new-post for personal healthy eating support.

Access via the red Help button, or direct link: https://foodary.freshdesk.com/support/tickets/new
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Potential Renal Acid Load is out of this world!

An excellent way to #phbalance , PRAL shows Earthlings how to find the right balance.
As Martina Heer, on +Samantha Cristoforetti's Outpost 42 website says:
Food that is high in protein content, such as meat, fish, milk or cereals are acidic while vegetables and fruits are generally more alkaline because of their high potassium content. Meat lovers are highly recommended to combine meat with large portions of vegetables or fruits to compensate for the acidity from meat’s high protein content.
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Healthy Dessert

A tasty looking fruit dessert from +Summit Medical Group . Only 50 calories of deliciousness!

If you have healthy recipes for dessert or any other meal, please share them here or at http://foodary.org/groups/group/eating-for-health/#new-post
Brighten up your holidays with this colorful Fruit Dessert ‪#‎Recipe‬ http://ow.ly/Gc4X1
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Yogurt and Diabetes

A new study from +Harvard School of Public Health indicates that yogurt might be beneficial for diabetes sufferers.

See how to tell if yogurt can help your diabetes at http://foodary.com/546/does-yogurt-help-diabetes/

With thanks to +123RF for the yogurt photograph.

Ask about diabetes and yogurt in Foodary Healthy Eating Forum
http://foodary.org/groups/group/eating-for-health/#new-post
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Diet associated diabetes in pregnancy

This report from +The BMJ , shared by +Harvard School of Public Health tells us: 
Healthy lifestyle habits—maintaining a normal weight, not smoking, and staying physically active—may help prevent about half of all diabetes cases that develop in pregnant women, according to a new study.

Looking at data from more than 14,000 American women, the researchers found that the strongest risk factor for gestational diabetes was being overweight or obese during pregnancy; these women had four times greater risk than women with normal pre-pregnancy weights
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Whole Grains and Mineral Deficiency

This thought provoking video from +P. T. Stanton suggests that eating whole grains, coupled with depleted soils, leads to mineral deficiency, and is a major cause of depression and other brain-related diseases.

Is it right? Are there counter-arguments? It's time for me to do more research on this.

Do you have information on whole grains and mineral deficiency?
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Eat food, not too much, mostly plants

It looks like dieting just got easier. Eat food, not too much, mostly plants is the message from this review of new research - Can We Say What Diet Is Best for Health?

Both make great reading - the review from +The Atlantic and the report from http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/full/10.1146/annurev-publhealth-032013-182351 
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Healthy Milk

Interesting article from +Whole Foods Market about the benefits of milk from grass-fed cows. To qualify for the organic label, milk must be from cows that are grass-fed. The research cited in the article shows that grass-fed cows produce milk with a much higher omega-3:omega-6 ration than those fed grains or legumes.
The nutritional benefits of organic dairy are clear... And the results are right here: http://bit.ly/1peqqY2
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