16 Low Sugar Fruits to Eat on a Low Carb Diet is a great read by Jessica Apple from ASweetLife.org, April 2019.  This is a wonderful list!

The following fruits have fewer than 10 grams of sugar per 100 grams.

 

 

 

    1. Avocados 0.66
    2. Lemons 2.50
    3. Carambolas (Starfruit) 3.98
    4. Raspberries 4.42
    5. Blackberries 4.88
    6. Strawberries 4.89
    7. Watermelon 6.20
    8. Cantaloupe 7.86
    9. Honeydew melon 8.12
    10. Peaches 8.39
    11. Sour cherries 8.49
    12. Kiwis 8.99
    13. Clementines 9.18
    14. Apricots 9.24
    15. Plums 9.92
    16. Blueberries 9.96

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Magnesium and the Vital Role it Plays in Your Health was reported by Dr. Ali Ghahary for Medium/Lifestyle, 21 March 2019. 

In order to achieve optimal health, the body needs minerals. One of the most important minerals that you can give the body is a macro-mineral known as magnesium. Unlike trace minerals (such as iron and zinc) which are only required in small amounts, macro-minerals like magnesium are required in larger doses. Unfortunately, more than 60% of individuals get less than the required daily dose of magnesium.

It is an evidence-based fact that magnesium has many positives. It’s great for the function of your brain and heart, as well as plays a variety of other important roles. In fact, every cell in your body contains magnesium and requires it in order to function properly. It is also involved in more than 600 chemical reactions in the body — most notable the creation of energy, formation of protein, regulation of the nervous system, maintenance of genes, and even muscle movement. It also plays a major role in physical performance, such as when you’re working out.

Magnesium can also be of benefit to individuals with at risk of developing or already diagnosed with certain health conditions. For example, nearly 50% of individuals with diabetes are said to have low levels of magnesium — and the lower your magnesium level is, the more difficult it is for insulin to keep your blood sugar levels under control.

Read more: Magnesium and the Vital Role it Plays in Your Health


Too Much Information on Milk and Milk Alternatives is also an informative read by John Fawkes on Medium/Better Humans, 19 April 2019.  LOTS of information … you decide.

“Milk” can mean a lot of things these days— several types of cow milk, goat milk, or any of a number of vegan alternatives — including soy, rice, coconut, and almond milk. And that’s before we even get into the question of organic vs. non-organic.

Now, milk is perhaps second only to eggs as one of the most controversial foods. Perhaps no other food is both so beloved and so reviled.  If you drink milk, which type of milk should you be drinking?

  Read more: Which Milk Is Best For You?

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