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Alcohol vs Soda: Is One Better?

When it comes to alcohol vs. soda is one better than the other? Learn the good, the bad, and what happens to our bodies when this stuff is metabolized. Alcohol vs Soda: Ingredients Soft drinks or soda contain carbonated water, a sweetener, caramel color, phosphoric acid, artificial and natural flavors, caffeine, and a preservative known as […]

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Stainless Steel Air Fryer to Save You Time In the Kitchen

The stainless steel air fryer is the busy woman’s best friend. With all you have going on the last thing on your mind is what you’re eating. Saving time in the kitchen can reduce the stress in your life and give you time for the more important things that you need to focus your energy

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Weight Gain From Gluten Intolerance: Here are 9 Ways It Could Happen

Weight gain from gluten intolerance, does it really occur? Yes. Excess weight can be tied to many foods and eating patterns.  One that many people may not think about is gluten. Causes of weight gain may be attributed to foods that lead to inflammation in the body. Any food that may cause inflammation in the

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Dairy Free Protein Bars for Protein On the Go

Dairy-free protein bars are for those who may also have dairy intolerances, sensitivities, or allergies. Dairy-free protein bars have become increasingly popular due to an increase in those with problems tolerating dairy. Here are some dairy-free gluten-free protein bars.  This post is part of our article on the best gluten-free protein bars. Learn what to

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Soy-Free Protein Bars for Protein On the Go

Soy-free protein bars are needed for those with intolerances to soy. Soy is a common allergen and also many have an intolerance to this food. It is found in many processed foods. Like sugar, it can be disguised as other names including but not limited to the following: Glycine max Hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) Mono-diglyceride

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Plant-Based Protein Bars for Protein On the Go

Plant-based protein bars that are healthy and taste great can be hard to find. Increasing your intake of plant foods can help manage the effects of stress and improve your health. This post is part of our article on the best gluten-free protein bars. Learn what to look for when choosing a protein bar. Below

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