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Honey is one of nature’s magnificent gifts to mankind. Honey, as we know is one of the sweetest foods that nature can offer us. It is actually produced from nectar obtained from various flowers. Honey bees that collect honey play a vital role in the honey production.For details: http://blog.bigbubbacook.com/post/2017/10/18/health-benefits-of-honey-for-toddlers-and-children
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The Zero Belly Diet is the latest weight loss plan developed by David Zinczenko who is popular for his Abs Diet books as well as Eat This Not That.
In his newest offering, he shows dieters how they can turn off their fat genes in order to lose up to 16 pounds in just 14 days.
For details: http://blog.bigbubbacook.com/post/2017/10/17/zero-belly-diet-expert-review
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The wonderful thing about cupcakes is you can make them in just about any flavor. Even if you are using a quick and easy box mix, all you need to change up a basic vanilla or white package is to add some flavoring to the batter.
For details: http://blog.bigbubbacook.com/post/2017/10/16/maple-cupcakes
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Mostly found in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes, fiber has a host of health benefits, including reducing the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
In this article, we will look at the different types of fiber, why they are important, and what foods contain high levels of fiber.
For details : http://blog.bigbubbacook.com/post/2017/08/15/dietary-fiber-why-do-we-need-it
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If you eat more fiber you will probably have a lower risk of first time stroke, researchers from the University of Leeds' School of Food Science & Nutrition in Leeds, United Kingdom, reported in the journal Stroke.

Dietary fiber comes from plants, the part that our body does not absorb when digesting food. Fiber can be insoluble or soluble (dissolves in water).
For details: http://bigbubbacook.com/healthy
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EATING TO LOSE WEIGHTCraving something sweet, salty, or savory? Try one of these healthy snack swaps to satisfy your craving without ditching your healthy diet.
For details: http://bigbubbacook.com/healthy
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We all know the proverb "an apple a day," but equally an orange could be recommended.
There are thousands of reasons why eating an orange a day is a good idea; they are low in caloriesbut full of nutrients, they promote clear, healthy skin and can help to lower our risk for many diseases and conditions as part of an overall healthy and varied diet.
For details: http://blog.bigbubbacook.com/post/2017/08/07/oranges-health-benefits-nutritional-information
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Skipping breakfast can put you at greater risk of being overweight. Start your day with these healthy breakfasts from our You Can Do It! diet plans.


For details: http://blog.bigbubbacook.com/post/2017/08/20/healthy-breakfasts-under-300-calories
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A few weeks ago, I tasted some intriguing hummus at one of my favorite vegetarian restaurants. Hummus always has some sesame flavor thanks to the tahini component (tahini is ground sesame paste, like peanut butter made with sesame seeds).
This hummus, however, had a more pronounced sesame flavor. I loved it. A few bites in, I realized their trick—they drizzled toasted sesame oil on top. Clever, right? I generally associate tahini with Mediterranean cuisine and toasted sesame oil with Southeast Asian cuisine, but they’re both made from sesame seeds. They go great together.

For details: http://blog.bigbubbacook.com/post/2017/08/22/toasted-sesame-hummus
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