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Fructose in fruit

The amount of fructose in fruit varies greatly from 1% for berries to 10% for tropical fruit. The following is a list of over 30 fruits ordered from the high to low fructose contents. http://ow.ly/gFWh30bRmLc
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Are the aluminium contents in table salt harmful?

Only a small fraction of the maximum daily intake of aluminium (2mg per kg of body weight) is derived from table salt which does not have any impact on our health. http://ow.ly/WMIU30bRmL9
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How much water should you drink to lose weight?

Drinking more water contributes to lose weight by increasing the metabolic rate. It may be associated with the reduction of appetite and fluid retention. http://ow.ly/RLS330bRmL7
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Does green coffee bean extract reduce blood pressure?

Studies clearly show the reduction in blood pressure following supplementation with green coffee extract, especially in people with mild hypertension. http://ow.ly/WDrn30bRmL4
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Being picky with food may indicate an eating disorder

Being picky with food may indicate an eating disorder called Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). This disorder was named in 2013 and allows a more appropriate diagnosis of both children and adults. http://ow.ly/ATql30bRmL3
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List of gluten-free grains

There are several gluten-free grains that have a similar nutritional profile as the gluten-containing grains, serving as good substitutes. http://ow.ly/c5ck30bRmL1
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Is caffeine bad for you?

Caffeine containing foods or beverages can either be bad or good for you depending on your genetic predisposition, on your allergic reaction to it or on the amount of caffeine consumed. http://ow.ly/yIKK30bRmKX
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Legumes should be boiled in high temperatures

Cooking legumes, especially beans, requires high temperatures to reduce a toxin called phytohaemagglutinin. Cooking beans in low temperatures may increase the toxicity levels to 5 times or more. http://ow.ly/6Yns30bRmKW
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Does a diet high in acidic foods make the urine acidic?

Acidic foods (foods with low pH) don't necessarily influence the acid-base balance of the urine. Urine's pH depends rather if the they are acid-forming or base-forming foods. http://ow.ly/ve5p30bRmKV
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Can you drink too much milk?

We all have a different limit of how much milk and other dairy products we can have per day. This limit can be zero, if you have milk allergy, or 2 servings per day, if you are a men and want to avoid increasing the risk of developing prostate... http://ow.ly/tLZC30bRmKT
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